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Korean Girl Group Set for Kohaku Performance Amidst Scandalous Bullying Allegations

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Luseraphim” had trouble with a member leaving the group shortly after its debut (PHOTO: REX/Afro)

There is a girl who has attracted the attention of the Korean entertainment industry.

She is Kim Garam (18), a former member of the popular Japanese girl group “LE SSERAFIM,” which participated in the NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen in December 2010. Due to allegations of bullying, she left the group shortly after its debut in May of the same year. He attended Seoul Performing Arts High School and took a hiatus from his activities. However, he was expected to attend the school’s graduation ceremony on February 7 of this year and appear in public for the first time in about a year and seven months, leading to heated coverage by the media. However, …… reported the news.

I heard that there was even a media zone set up for the press at the graduation ceremony, but Garam was not available for interviews. Perhaps they were surprised by the amount of attention. After graduating from the art school, she plans to go on to Konkuk University’s media acting department, and is expected to return to full-fledged entertainment activities when the time is right.

What was the scandal that forced Garam to leave the popular girl group? FRIDAY Digital” has often reported on her alleged bullying. We would like to recount excerpts from each article and look back on the great uproar that shook the Korean entertainment world (some contents have been changed).

Rumors began even before her debut: ……

Before I go into detail about the uproar, I would like to give a brief introduction to “Ruseraphim.

The group debuted in May 2010 as the younger sister group of BTS, a male idol group that had suspended its activities. Their popularity was overwhelming from the beginning, and their debut album “FEARLESS” sold about 310,000 copies within a week of its release, and МV has been viewed over 64 million times. One of the members is Sakira Miyawaki, formerly of IZ*ONE, and they have an official website in Japanese,” said a reporter for a sports newspaper.

It was right after their debut that “Ruseraphim,” which had made a spectacular debut, was hit by a scandal. It was the cancellation of Garam’s activities.

Even before his debut, there were rumors on the Internet that Garam had been bullying his students. In April, just before his debut, a person named A, who attended the same junior high school as Garam, posted that he had been threatened and was under mental stress, and that he had transferred to a different school because of the bullying. He also uploaded a captured image from a messenger application, allegedly written by Garam, saying, “If you don’t answer my phone calls, I’ll kill you.

His office denied A’s post. The agency denied A’s post, claiming that the trouble between friends had been distorted and that Garam was rather a victim. However, when “Ruselaphim” debuted, the uproar grew louder.

A uploaded a document that he claimed was evidence. The document was titled “Report on the Results of the School Violence Prevention Committee,” and it stated that the assailant was “Kim Garam, a student in the third grade of the first year. When interviewed by the press, the school replied, “We cannot answer (the authenticity of the document). Since the school did not clearly deny it, speculation grew that the document might be genuine.

Once the document was uploaded, the office again issued a statement. While acknowledging that Garam had been punished by the school, it denied bullying. They claimed that the trouble started when A was harassing Garam’s best friend B.

Garam, who had suffered psychological damage as a result of the series of disturbances, suspended his activities. In addition, his agency terminated his contract in July. The number of members of “Ruseraphim” was reduced by one, and the group now consists of five members.

Even after leaving the group, Garam denied bullying, saying through a social networking service that he had never been violent toward anyone. He recalls his time in “Ruseraphim” as “a time when I was fighting for my dreams. The uproar must have been a major setback for Garam. It seems that she intends to start over from scratch, refining her acting skills at an art school or university.

Will Garam be able to make a successful comeback after her time in obscurity? Fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the day when she will once again take the stage in a spectacular fashion.

Dynamic performance
Their silly poses are also kawaii!
Popular not only in Korea but also in Japan
Members are also active as models
Their cute faces are also attractive.
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