IZ*ONE Is Becoming A Better Group And This Is The Reason Why
However, after seeing them on TV with their second mini album, it feels like the concerns were futile. The barrier between Korean and Japanese members seems near inexistence when I see them as they take care, be considerate to one another and also, make cute pranks.
There still can be cultural differences between the members since they were brought up in a different environment but as they promote their second mini-album, the group surely has become closer to one another compared to their ‘La Vie en Rose’ promotion.
I guess the time they have spent together both on stage and practice rooms probably have given them a chance to have a deeper bonding experience.
IZ*ONE members from both countries individually have established a clearer position and characters which led to becoming a well-defined group, solving a thousand pieced puzzle.
The reason why I’m pointing out the harmony between members from Korea and Japan is that it is extremely hard to be a unified group even for groups that just have Korean members.
IZ*ONE might not become a perfectly unified group since they’re a project group that relatively has a short period of contract(2 and a half years) but their development as a group since the debut is marvelous.
I personally think that the current relationship they have established within the group during ‘Violeta’ promotion is perfectly balanced. They might not have the strongest bond but they have built a firm one where the member’s, despite their nationality, can be comfortable to one another with the bondage that aims towards a common goal to succeed in the K-Pop industry.
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