Seeing these two amazing leaders together makes me so sad. Kahi started crying because she saw Nu’est and Jonghyun said he almost cried because of Kahi. The moment I saw Kahi crying I started bawling as well. Kahi was the one who first introduced Nu’est back when they debuted and I think she feels like a mother to them. I just checked instagram and saw that former After School member/leader Jungha also posted about Nu’est saying that she supports them. Lizzy commented on Jungha’s post about how sad it was to see them. I’m just glad that Pledis Artists are supporting them even if Pledis itself isn’t doing a good job.
??? pledis doesnt even promo svt that much??? also wdym proper comeback??? nuest has released an album every year since debut??? so whats your point???
If you’re going to speak to me and try and cause some sort of disagreement, then please, speak properly.
Firstly, Pledis does promote Seventeen properly. If you look at how much they promote Seventeen compared to Nu’est and After School or Orange Caramel, there is a big difference. When they do eventually decide to promote Nu’est, Pledis uploads the schedules late. This means that fans are unable to attend these events and show their support for the band. This is why a lot of support is shown online on media such as Tumblr, as this is where the majority of international and a lot of Korean fans come to.
Even though they have had an album each year, Pledis has not promoted that album in order for it to become popular and successful. As I said above, Pledis does not upload Nu’est’s schedules on time leading to fans unable to show their support at events.
Another thing that Pledis does not do is protect their personal rights. While promoting in Japan (one of the only times they have done recently), fans were allowed to take personal photos during a selca event. A number of fans requested photos in which they touched/poked/squeezed the members faces. Although fans are not allowed to do this, the Nu’est members were not allowed to say no to the fans. However, the managers that were present did not stop the fans either, leading to some of the members feeling uncomfortable.
My point is, Nu’est, a band that debuted 5 years ago are on a boy band survival show as they believe that it is their last shot. They think of themselves as a failed boy-band. Pledis does not care about their older artists after their ‘peak’.