The lax reaction for YG Entertainment regarding G-Dragon and Kiko Mizuhara may seem wishy-washy but it is a brilliant move to retaliate the schoolyard bully tactics of Dispatch.Not only is YG Entertainment providing protection for G-Dragon through their statement, but also Kiko Mizuhara.The breakup of Girls’ Generation as a nine member group was almost apparent after the realization that five of the members were dating.In the case of YG Entertainment, there has been a widely known dating ban imposed on 2NE1 and the members of Big Bang have not publicly acknowledged relationships.This old-school separation of public and private life appears to be working well for YG Entertainment, while acknowledging relationships may be negatively impacting SM Entertainment.
Do you think that YG Entertainment was correct in not caving to pressure to provide a confirmation of their relationship, if G-Dragon or Kiko Mizuhara did not wish to have this information released?
Throughout 2014, Dispatch has dropped numerous bombshells that shook the worlds of K-Pop and K-Drama.
SM Entertainment was prompted to announce the relationship of Girls’ Generation member Yoon A and Lee Seung Gi following the release of photos and an article depicting the couple on December 31, 2014.
And between eagle-eyed netizens sleuthing their way through suspiciously similar social media posts to hackers leaking photos from GD’s private IG account, there’s no wonder his list of dating scandals is impressively long (and detailed) for an Korean celebrity. Hee Dragon erupted from the ‘Wonder Bang’ era back in 2007 when BIGBANG and Wonder Girls had frequent collaborations onstage starting with a ‘Lies’ and ‘Tell Me’ medley.
While there were countless of ships including TOP x Yoobin and Sunye x Taeyang.