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THIS former idol became CEO criticized for “frustrating” behavior – here’s what happened

THIS former idol became CEO criticized for “frustrating” behavior – here’s what happened

There was an idol who became the president of the girls’ group CLASS: y, met with criticism from fans for her “frustrating” behavior.

Read on to find out what happened.

Ex-DIA Seunghee, CEO of CLASS: y, criticizes fans for his “frustrating” behavior

Recently, on the TheQoo community forum, an internet user expressed his frustration at a certain CEO about his behavior which he found “frustrating”.

In a post titled “The CEO of the company pisses off the fandom now,” an internet user calls CLASS CEO: y, Jo Yihyun, who is a former member and leader of the female DIA group, and is being promoted using the name Seunghee.

(Photo: Instagram: @ seunghee91_63)
Jo Yihyun

According to netizens who reveal themselves as fans of the boy band BAE173, a group that is also managed by Jo Yihyun, they expressed their frustration that Jo Yihyun is constantly sharing the photos he takes to CLASS members: y and uploads them to the girl on the group’s official social accounts.

In particular, apart from the fact that Jo Yihyun has always been posted on CLASS: y’s social media accounts, it has also caused frustration among CLASS fans: y for always attending the same events as the members and even having photos of the members taken by reporters.

DAY Seunghee, CLASS: y

(Photo: TheQoo)
Jo Yihyun (left) from CLASS: y

“I am ANOTHER (BAE173 fandom). I’m just frustrated because since CLASS was founded: y, [BAE173] it is on the descent path. And I feel sorry for BAE173, ”said the Internet user.

They continued, “Jo Yihyun should properly decide if she wants to be a celebrity or a producer. Seriously, he always shows up on broadcasts by his friends and never works. He only cares about his own image. pissed. “

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DAY Seunghee, CLASS: y

(Photo: TheQoo)
CLASS: y Park Boeun (left) and Jo Yihyun (right)

An internet user criticized Jo Yihyun’s work as CEO, saying that she is not doing a good job considering that her artists do not have their own content, do not use paid interactive platforms, do not have Naver V-LIVE content, have low quality music videos and do not they have tracks other than the title tracks.

Jo Yihyun gets a flak for putting himself in the spotlight of CLASS: y pictures

Jo Yihyun also received criticism when Internet users noticed something in the previous photo of her and CLASS members: y.

In one of their earlier photos, which was shared on the CLASS account: y on social media during the Chuseok celebration in 2022, members and the CEO are dressed in traditional Korean clothing, hanbok, positively in front of the camera.

While other groups usually share photos during their Chuseok vacation featuring only their members, Jo Yihyun takes part in the photo and takes center stage while CLASS: y members pose around her.

DAY Seunghee, CLASS: y

(Photo: TheQoo)
Jo Yihyun (center) with CLASS: y

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Not only that, but Internet users noticed that CLASS: y member Park Boeun had an awkwardly severed face due to the layout on the Instagram feed. Seeing this, Jo Yihyun was sharply criticized for trying to distract the band members and putting herself in the middle.

Some comments from internet users read:

“Because of this person, I left the fandom after a few years.”

“She was too busy posing for a picture of herself in the center that Park Boeun’s face was cut off lol.”

“He’s the president of the company, but it looks like he has unresolved wishes to become a star.”

“Why does the CEO put himself in the singer’s vacation photo?”

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With a script by Robyn Joan


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