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Dutch broadcasting station RTL recently released a documentary that covers the dark side of K-Pop that involves promotion of narrow beauty standards through cosmetic surgery, suicide, and scandals.

It has been met with a negative response by K-Pop fans, especially GWSN fans as one of the reporters actually traveled to South Korea to attend the girl group's fan meeting in order to directly ask questions about cosmetic surgery to the members.

 

GWSN's agency responded once fans began blowing up on Twitter.

Families Say K-Pop Is Terrible Influence To Children After Dutch TV Documentary Covers Dark Side

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"During the process of sketching GWSN's fan meeting, they entered the fan meeting with out our consent and suddenly began conducting an interview. We initially agreed that they would edit the footages showing fans and staff members, but the interview was released without notifying us nor our consent."

Families Say K-Pop Is Terrible Influence To Children After Dutch TV Documentary Covers Dark Side

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" We regret to inform you that after checking the contents of the interview that was broadcasted, the intentions of it seems to be different from what we were first told and distorted many things including GWSN's image."

 

Families Say K-Pop Is Terrible Influence To Children After Dutch TV Documentary Covers Dark Side

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"This is funny, coming from a nation that legalizes drugs and prostitution."

 

Families Say K-Pop Is Terrible Influence To Children After Dutch TV Documentary Covers Dark Side

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"Crazy mother f***ers."

 

Families Say K-Pop Is Terrible Influence To Children After Dutch TV Documentary Covers Dark Side

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"Your country has no idols, so boring abababababa"

 

Families Say K-Pop Is Terrible Influence To Children After Dutch TV Documentary Covers Dark Side

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"Are you guys out of your minds? Don't mess with our JongHyun f***."

According to some of the other comments online, families have been watching the documentary as it was broadcasted on TV, and have been seeing K-Pop as a negative influence to the youth and children.

 

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May 18, 2019 08:45 pm

What is this shit? Some retarded marketing ploy? I swear, if these people aren't pulling some dumb, unfunny joke, I am going to disembowel their entire families and hang them by their own, burning entrails. That is the problem with our world: nobody sees things objectively. Even if it is not possible to see things completely objectively, these people are literally living off of the most detestable and subjective opinions. What the Hell? This is absolutely pathetic and disgusting human behaviour, especially because it seems quite evident that they are purposely portraying Korean pop music in a negative light. I… Read more »

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Apr 18, 2019 06:45 am

The hell! This makes me so fricking angry. The hell is wrong with these stupid reporters. The Dutch legalise drugs and all sorts but then decide to do all this crap. Gosh this makes me so angry. Who gave them the right to mess with Jonghyuns death??! They should stick to their own country and deal with their own issues rather than poking their stinking noses in another countrys business.