New K-pop girl group Aespa’s virtual members cause fears over dehumanisation of K-pop stars

//New K-pop girl group Aespa’s virtual members cause fears over dehumanisation of K-pop stars

New K-pop girl group Aespa’s virtual members cause fears over dehumanisation of K-pop stars

The upcoming debut of new girl group Aespa – an outfit featuring both human and virtual members – has raised concerns about the dehumanisation of K-pop stars.Aespa will be unveiled on November 17 with the release of first single Black Mamba, and they are the first new girl group launched by K-pop company SM Entertainment since the 2014 debut of Red Velvet. But Aespa are definitely not a typical K-pop act – the quartet of Karina, Giselle, Winter and Ningning will be accompanied by CGI versions…

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By | 2020-11-04T14:15:15+00:00 November 4th, 2020|Music|Comments Off on New K-pop girl group Aespa’s virtual members cause fears over dehumanisation of K-pop stars