Got this news from Seoulbeats:
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Cassies Flash Korea
On the 27th in several cities across South Korea at exactly 12:26 pm, Cassies were “Keeping the Faith.” In front of Woori Banks in Gwangju, Busan, Myeong-dong, and Cheongju Cassies performed in flash mobs to Dong Bang Shin Ki’s “Mirotic” in a show of support for DBSK. I’m not sure if this had been brewing for a while or if this is in response to the news of Lee Soo Man stepping down from his position in SM Entertainment and Avex cutting its ties with the company. The news have many wondering what will happen with the current DBSK issue, is this a move towards some kind of resolution or the beginning of the end?
Needless to say, Kpop is already in a state of chaos. With Hottests protesting the current public relations snafu of JYPE announcing the definite departure of Jae Park, Cassies must be also feeling a little uneasy. The situation is getting out of control with Hottest claiming that without Jae, 2PM shouldn’t even exist. Over a hundred thousand have withdrawn from their Daum fan site, they are protesting and posting their post its all over JYPE’s building, and are petitioning the shows that other members are on to release them.
The year 2010, has gotten off to a rough start for Kpop so far. I’d hate to imagine what would happen if 2PM and/or the ‘Rising Gods of the East’ should disband. In the case of DBSK, I can’t see why SM Entertainment can’t come to some kind of agreement with the band. A happy, working DBSK is more valuable than no DBSK at all. And, after seeing Hottests’ reactions with JYPE I would be afraid of Cassiopeia if I were you, very afraid (you do know that they are the biggest fan club in the world, right?).Source: Newsen Written by: hijinx@seoulbeats Shared by: lovetohateme@wordpress
I’ve gotta say that I was surprised by this news. Usually, info on activities like this are all over the internet days or weeks before fans do it but for this one, I didn’t hear any news or rumor about it. It was really unexpected and a complete surprise on my part. I do not really know if there are other reasons to this but it is said that the Cassies’ intention in doing this is to show that all the fans will always be waiting for DBSK and will always be keeping the faith. I think doing this isn’t a bad thing because they didn’t really cause any trouble (except for traffic, maybe). In fact, these girls dancing to DBSK’s songs on the streets probably entertained a lot of people. As long as no violence is involved, I personally think it’s ok.
How about you? What do you think of this, guys?
P.S. I love the fact that Cassies did it at 12:26pm which means the 26th of December – the debut date of DBSK. :D