– The first day of FNC Entertainment’s family concert held in Japan was held on Saturday (16/12).
This concert is for anniversary 10 years of FNC Entertainment entitled FNC Kingdom The Greatest Show .
FNC Kingdom The Greatest Show attended by all artists from this agency such as FT ISLAND, CN BLUE, Rowoon, SF9, and others.
The artists who attended this event presented their respective best performances.
However, from several artists’ appearances at the event, there were some that caught the attention of fans Knetz .
The reason is, Rowoon, who is a former member of SF9, appeared with Inseong, who is still a member of SF9.
Rowoon and Inseong’s appearance at the event FNC Kingdom 2023 This has become a topic of conversation for SF9 fans and Knetz .
Reporting from Qoo, fans and Knetz felt annoyed because the agency brought together Rowoon who had left the singing group with SF9 members.
Even though Rowoon and the rest of SF9 are still close to each other, asking them to perform together is crossing the line.
The problem is not that Rowoon is singing, but that many fans are saying that he left the group in a bad way and why the agency is still doing this.
So when Rowoon and Inseong appeared together on stage it felt strange because it united the outgoing members with the current members.
They also think the agency should just make a solo stage for Rowoon, and that it would be better than performing with the SF9 members.
Here are the reactions and comments Knetz when he saw Rowoon singing with SF9 member Inseong.
“This is the first time I’ve seen this, he just left the group and he’s already back performing with the members. The company really has no consideration for fans.”
“They really don’t know what fans want at all, Rowoon didn’t go in a good way either. They really lack wisdom.”
“The company is so weird, they should just give him a solo stage”
“I know the fans don’t like it, so why bother doing that, the agency seems like a jerk”
“What kind of group would put on a duet stage between members who have left and members who are still there? That’s just the ignorance of companies that don’t think long and hard about the idol business.”
“As a fan of the group, I feel bad, but the agency doesn’t think about fans at all.”
“Is that Rowoon? Why are you there, I really feel sorry for the fans”
“They did this on purpose to show that they get along well, why do you guys bother”
“Fans may feel bad, but it’s something that can’t be avoided when it comes to agencies.”
“The fans were very hurt, but it was really like rubbing salt in their wounds again on a stage that no one wanted”