Media Outlet Compares Btob Bts Monsta Xs Methods Of Staying In Touch With Fans While Not Promoting

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Media outlet compares BTOB, BTS, & MONSTA X's methods of staying in touch with fans while not promoting
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Media outlet compares BTOB, BTS, & MONSTA X's methods of staying in touch with fans while not promoting

One media outlet provided a comparison of how boy groupsBTS,MONSTA X andBTOBkept in touch with their fans while not promoting through a domestic music release.

The group recently announced their plans to make a comeback in September as well as their final encore concert, '2017 BTS LIVE TRILOGY EPISODE III THE WINGS TOUR'. But, until those schedules come, the group has religiously been feeding fans with social contents including their debut anniversary celebration 'Festa', which included two weeks worth of various surprises such as music covers, song releases, and photos. Their reality show 'Bon Voyage Season 2' allows fans to dive into the boys' deep tropical adventures of Hawaii, whileTwitter updates are out of the question as the 'Top Social Artist' winners have just scored seven million followers and are consistently keeping fans updated with tweets.

Fans furious at Top Media for making L.Joe attend TEEN TOP's fan meeting after leaving the group
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Fans furious at Top Media for making L.Joe attend TEEN TOP's fan meeting after leaving the group

Former TEEN TOP member L.Joe showed up at the group's recent fan meeting and fans are furious. 

According to fans, TEEN TOP signed an endorsement deal that requires all members to attend a global fan meeting. It's assumed that L.Joe, who officially left the group in February, had no options but to attend the event that recently took place this month in order to obey the contract terms. 

SEE ALSO: L.Joe decides to leave TEEN TOP, files for nullification of contract

Many fans found his attendance uncomfortable and criticized Top Media for their ''inconsiderate actions''.

Sulli Disturbs Fans With Latest Social Media Post
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Sulli Disturbs Fans With Latest Social Media Post

Yet again, Sulliis making headlines in regards to another one of her disturbing posts on her Instagram. The singer recently updated a video of an eel dying on her social media page and the act sent some fans into a tizzy. An image from the clip can be seen below.

On June 20th Sulli uploaded a video of a filleted eel dying on the grill with a caption reading, "Save me! Ack. Save me."She has now recently deleted the clip in question. Many netizens were disgusted by her humor in the death of an animal leaving comments on her feed such as "I can't believe she has a pet cat", "It's an eel, but this is cruel", "This isn't cute. It's cruel", "Are you happy?",and more.

BTOB's Peniel gives fans a hilarious audio teaser of his upcoming solo single!
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BTOB's Peniel gives fans a hilarious audio teaser of his upcoming solo single!

BTOB's Peniel gave fans a hilarious audio teaser for his upcoming solo single through the 'Piece of BTOB' project!

He'll be collaborating with producer Kairos, who is actually Peniel's brother-in-law! Peniel is the 3rd BTOB member in the ongoing 'Piece of BTOB' project, which has been greeting fans of BTOB, or Melody, with solo music releases from each of the members.

In Peniel's SNS teaser, the camera enters a recording studio where work for Peniel's single is taking place, but before we can get a good listen of the track, the idol interrupts! In his comment alongside the post, Peniel asks, "How you like my acting?"

Monsta X dedicates Shine Forever to Fans
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Monsta X dedicates Shine Forever to Fans

Monsta X has steadily been gaining a stronger foothold within the K-pop industry since their debut and with each release, they getting more and more popular with the support of their fans. So, theyve decided to say thank you to their fans with Shine Forever. Its the final chapter of the X Clan and is a slower tempo song compared to their usual fare. Monsta X favors aggressive beats and synths, and their music is often in-your-face and demands to be heard, so its nice to see them do a slower song. The structure of the song seems to echo off of All In through its construction.