Red Velvet speak out about the telephone restrictions imposed by SM K-Sélection
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Red Velvet Speaks Out About SM's Phone Restrictions

On July 1, Shin Dong-yeop's YouTube channel "Zzanbro" released a video featuring Red Velvet members Seulgi, Joy, and Yeri. During their discussion, Yeri explained that the company's rules became stricter after its debut.

Yeri said: “When we were rookies, we had a curfew and we couldn't use our phones. What was strangest was that I had a phone when I was a trainee, but when I debuted, it disappeared. I wonder why I had to get rid of my phone. »

Red Velvet speak out about the telephone restrictions imposed by SM K-Sélection

In response, Shin Dong-yeop explained, “But it’s because of your elders. They were allowed to use the telephone and since then there have been countless incidents that have required meetings. You should blame your elders. »

Joy then added: “We don’t do that anymore these days. We are free. We were like the last generation for that. »

The video of this scene quickly spread in online communities and sparked various reactions from netizens. Some sympathized with Shin Dong-yeop's remarks, while others believe it no longer fits current trends.

Red Velvet speak out about the telephone restrictions imposed by SM K-Sélection

Those who agreed with Shin Dong-yeop's opinion commented, "Just look at the dating rumors that break out every time aespa have individual activities," "This could happen since the entertainment industry is full of beautiful and beautiful young people”, etc. Other netizens replied: "They will handle it themselves", "Idols these days need phones to communicate with their fans on Bubble", etc.

Meanwhile, Red Velvet released their new album "COSMIC" on June 24 to celebrate their 10th debut anniversary. The album contains 6 songs, including the title track “COSMIC”. Set during a summer festival, the comeback music video for "COSMIC" attracted attention because it paid homage to the film "Midsommar."

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Asa_Soyaa

I think we should give them their phones or at worst put curfews and time limits on minor idols. If I'm madly in love and I'm forbidden from using my phone, I'll even find a way to talk to him, this is positive for minors, but for major rookies this is not necessary!

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