Netizens Talk About 3 Reasons Why IZ*ONE Is Doing Well Despite Divided Opinions About Produce 48
Given that the results of ‘Produce 48’ is still heavily divided amongst netizens, it’s actually quite impressive the way IZ*ONE has become such a popular group within the K-Pop scene.
The girl group definitely does have their loyal fanbase, but also at the same time, there seems to be a lot of netizens who feel that the debut lineup was not the best that it could have been.
Which is the reason why netizens of a popular online community have been talking about three main reasons that attributed to the success of IZ*ONE. Some feel that it was due to one particular reason mentioned and others have agreed with all three reasons brought forth by the original poster.
You can check them out below!
The first reason that netizens have been talking about is according to them, ‘Produce 48’ was a complete flop but because it was a program by Mnet, the group really didn’t have any chances of not succeeding anyway.
Probably not the best reason to agree with for IZ*ONE fans since it has the notion of discrediting IZ*ONE’s talent as a group.
The second reason discussed by netizens was according to netizens, how the debut lineup was well-formed, with all the members complementing each other.
The third reason netizens have talked about was how their debut song ‘La Vie en Rose’ was a gem. The song definitely did sound like a smash.
Below are some of the responses from netizens.
“I think the third reason is right…The debut lineup was good too but think about how things would have been if they released something like Dream Girls LOL.”
“The second reason comes first but I also think the third reason comes after as well.”
“It’s the first reason.”
“The first reason. Do you really think anyone who just debuts would be able to get attention like them?”
The majority of netizens generally have two sides. One side saying that their debut lineup and debut song were just phenomenal. The other side contends that IZ*ONE is only successful because they have a major agency supporting them.
What do you think?