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How to know reality of future in kpop !!??

Why only a few K-pop groups are famous why is it so uncertain to become an idol how should i choose even if I have interest how to take a chance it’s difficult !

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Tomas’s Answer

The music Industry is extremely competitive and big. It’s really hard to become really famous. Especially in genres like K pop where there are large companies that own the biggest bands and groups.

If you have interest in K pop or the music industry as a whole I recommend starting making music as a hobby and then releasing music on Spotify ETC. I still don’t have a large following but I still keep at it hoping one day to make it big.

Hope this helps!

-Tommy
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Nicolas’s Answer

My first instinct to this question is to tell you to do it for yourself. Where I'm from an idol is farfetched and borderline crazy to think you are one. And there is an extremely high standard where I'm from and the group of people I was raised with. I don't want to discourage you from becoming that, but remember there's a lifestyle that comes with it, and if you make it out you'll realize you wanted no part in that lifestyle. Listen to the abuse and neglect in music. I don't know too much about K Pop, and hopefully it's friendly, but no, you will have no time for anything besides rehearsal. And even then you won't be recognized for your efforts. Imagine dancers in studios year after year and the only thing they do is dance, but we don't know their names. You got to love doing it for yourself. Are you better at K- Pop than the dancers you see on TV are good a dancing? Shift your energy to something more appropriate and direct and you'll be happy with the paycheck.

Nicolas recommends the following next steps:

Put it in perspective
Think of negatives & positives
Do it.. but don't only do it
Create a future far beyond music
Thank you comment icon I appreciate you taking the time to answer this. Rose
Thank you comment icon Hey Nicolas, I think you provided valuable advice but I was concerned about the tone. I ran it through our AI answer-enhancing feature, which kept all of your advice but made it slightly more encouraging. Please let me know what you think or if I overstepped. I'd be happy to remove it if so! Gurpreet Lally, Admin
Thank you comment icon Yeah, we're talking about music and emotion that goes with it, and even tone that would be used in the music industry. Also, if it takes AI to answer ¿genuinely? I won't be using the service anymore. I have an authentic viewpoint and it needs to be said this way to get a response and give understanding. I also got a very polite thank you note so I don't see what the issue is. I think you overstepped and would like my original submission back up. Nicolas McKissack
Thank you comment icon I understand the pushback against the AI change, it was a big change! If I'm being honest, it was more of an experiment to see how Professionals would react so this is great feedback. I respectfully disagree with the tone that was used but I will put it back up. I'll send a follow-up email shortly! Gurpreet Lally, Admin
Thank you comment icon As an under served youth myself it is only right I connect on this level. There's fallacy that has to do with priveleged people speaking to people in similar circumstances as I was, and thinking they know what's best for them. Nicolas McKissack
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