Sakura Rocks a Sheer Skirt in a New Video. LE SSERAFIM Supporters Shut Down the Haters

All eyes are on  LE SSERAFIMHYBE and Source Music have launched a new K-pop girl band called HYBE. HYBE is the home of several boy bands such as TXT, Enhypen, and BTS. Already being called “Female BTS“LE SSERAFIM” has been the subject of high expectations ever since their unveiling.

Source Music presented the six members of the group in a series of unveilings. The new faces, Sakura Chae-won and Kim Chae-won and Huh Yun Jin, Kazuha, Kim Garam and Hong Eunchae, were revealed one by one. Following the unveiling of the group, heated discussions ensued. Many complained about the members’ short tennis dresses and high heels. Being too sexualGiven Hong’s age of only 15 years, this is possible.

Once again, the group is the focus of attention. The group released a behind the scenes video on May 4, which featured the girls. “Fearless”Shoot of the EP jacket. The video featured Sakura in a sheer skirt and was a surprise to many. Some K-pop fans criticized the 24-year-old for her choice of dress, as most K-pop stars typically act and dress reasonably conservatively. The singer was defended by many fans.

LE SERRAFIM should be left alone

LE SERRAFIM fan want people to forget them! One Twitter poster said it best: “Leave #LE_SERRAFIM members alone! They look comfortable in their cloths. You sound like you want these girls to be nuns.”

Naturally, only one user will agree. “Because she’s a grown woman doing grown woman things. She had appropriate covers under. Let’s not be immature and repressed people.”


Stop Criticizing Unnecessary Matters

This user debates the reasons critics are up in arms. “It’s not like she doesn’t use any underwear.. bruh you can definitely see she wears something under that.”

This user approves the stylistic direction LE SSERAFIM has taken in comparison to other Kpop girl groups.”People should really stop complaining about unnecessary things before they change their concept. Cause from what I can tell they are pursuing a mature concept which hasn’t been done in ages that I really missed!”


The Irony

One poster brought up the gender gap in K-pop. “If there was male idol the scenario would be completely different getting praise for looking good in see-through clothes.”

Another writer provided a simple, yet effective, reply. “Ikr, they will be sweating over their abs and others. The irony.”


People complain about EVERYTHING

Another user didn’t get it. “There’s….a whole pair of leggings underneath that…good lord people complain about EVERYTHING.”

You can also add a fan. “There’s nothing wrong on what she is wearing, its not revealing at all, things become mess when we used our dirty mindsStop targeting the girls and Im glad we dont have same mindset, live your own life, dont ruin ones life.”



Sakura was also defended by another commenter who blamed her agency. “Dont ask her that ask HYBE that. damn. Y’all act like these idols WANT to be dressed in this stuff most of the time.”

One person also criticizes K-pop for its attire. “Talk about sexualizing idols – a norm in the Kpop industry and I think agencies do this concept each time because fans love it and when fans love it, it means MONEY!”They agreed. “Kpop is business! It’s not about dreams anymore!”


They are grown women

One Twitter user wrote, “One Twitter user went straight to the jugular.” “For those who say ‘they are grown women, they can wear whatever they want’ remember that companies or stylists don’t ask idols what they want to wear.”

After some back-and-forth, another user replied. “Look if you look closely she’s wearing leggings or something underneath & nobody said ‘they’ are grown women but Sakura is she’s 24 years old. If one of the minors were wearing it you would have had a point & honestly if you have seen what she had to wear in HKT48, AS A MINOR- this honestly is that bad compared to that.”



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