Source: Han via Naver
1. [+322, -15] So they’re making this money in Japan and bringing it back home, right?? Then I’ll support them passionately, tsk tsk tsk
2. [+174, -10] Your stocks will drop if you’re like SM and support China but rise if you’re like JYP and support Japan and the US
3. [+154, -41] Park Jin Young’s greatest quote: “Good character is the most important.”
4. [+93, -11] At least Park Jin Young is doing well. He always had his sights set on somewhere across the ocean and he’s finally achieving his dreams now.
5. [+113, -38] Please train the Twice members’ vocals… I feel so bad
6. [+29, -1] At least Japan knows to spotlight Park Jin Young’s warm style of leadership and praises him for being a successful figure that the Japanese entertainment industry can learn from. Unlike China who backstabs you and will claim anything as theirs the minute we are successful over there.
7. [+21, -2] I honestly feel like K-Pop is going to backstabbed by China and Japan. All JYP is doing right now is teaching Japan and China all of the training systems and techniques of K-Pop, no??
8. [+14, -2] Please don’t let K-Pop’s techniques get stolen
9. [+9, -1] It’s obvious why Park Jin Young changed his sights to Japan. Japan has a lot of interest in idol groups but their idols are all so untalented and have zero influence outside of their own country. He’s basically giving them all of our know-hows in exchange for money. I just can’t warm up to this guy.
10. [+8, -1] NiziU basically seems like another Twice to me. I thought Twice had put out a Japanese album at first.
11. [+4, -0] But how does this benefit Korea in the end? It may be good for Park Jin Young and JYP but what does that have got to do with us?
12. [+4, -1] Soon Japan will start acting like they built NiziU up themselves