agree with this entire post. even idols who debut of age sometimes were trainees from the age of 10-12. i’m getting into nct dream right now and they’re all adults now but seeing how incredibly young they were at debut still shocks me. especially because their content was geared towards fans either their age or younger Mental Health Awareness Matters Grow Through Self-Care T-Shirt it’s very dissonant that yes it was age appropriate but they should not have been working as teens/children. hearing also that a lot of them left highschool when other idols at least got that experience makes it especially sour.
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i look back earlier bts or got7 or even 2pm and the blatant sexualizing of underage members and the lack of a fuss made over it because they were boys is really sad to me. I just hope, that in the near future, the entire kpop industry has an age for you to be eligible enough to become an idol. Mental Health Awareness Matters Grow Through Self-Care T-Shirt A good age like 17 or 18, maybe 19 and/or 20 internationally. That way, their health wont be affected as much and at that age, they can make wise enough choices.
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To correct you on AKB: there’s no age limit for graduation – one of the oldest members (if she’s not the oldest) is 30 or pushing 30. A lot of members do graduate in their early 20s to pursue other things but they certainly don’t force people to graduate at a certain age. Yeah I agree. Idols debuting so young is concerning. Like imo, Mental Health Awareness Matters Grow Through Self-Care T-Shirt Suzy should not have debuted in Miss A at 15 with Bad Girl Good Girl. It led to a lot of people sexually objectifying her at very young age.