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idol generations refer to the generations in k-pop and the “era” that they came out in.
first generation is groups like h.o.t, finkl, ses, god, sechkiess etc
second is tvxq, kara, 2pm, suju, soshi, beast, 4minute, 2ne1 etc
third is exo, miss a, teen top, infinite, crayonpop, vixx, btob, a pink, etc
eta: there’s some debate on which generation we’re currently in and when it’ll transition to the next. some say we’re still in the second generation while others say we’re in the third. nobody knows when the next one will begin but based on how kpop has been going lately, kpl will likely move to the fourth generation by next year.
Their female back-dancers are all professionals and not affiliated with SM. TVXQ has always used an independent crew instead of trainees or people working for SM.
no, he just auditioned and then failed
idk are you talented and/or pretty and/or have a great personality?
I was told they only let Asians in; is that correct? :( x x x
Individual fanclubs and their leaders are largely responsible for who gets in and who doesn’t, so it’s possible (probable) that there are some who show preferential treatment to Korean/Korean-passing fans.
It’s definitely not a policy of the broadcasting stations, though.
each fanclub has different requirements so it really depends on who you’re going to see. you can’t just show up unaffiliated and try to get in that way because it’ll never work.
among things that i’ve seen around are
it also depends on how early you line up because you could do everything right and still not get in due to audience restrictions :T
it’s from their debut days. it was abandoned after a while and now the group’s name means something else.
because their name in korean means bulletproof boyscouts