“This man is a legend lmao.”
It may be extremely tough for Okay-Pop teams from small labels to get any form of consideration or recognition in such a extremely aggressive business. Some attempt to depend on simply advertising and marketing and luck alone, which oftentimes doesn’t work out, however others attempt to get extra artistic and get their members seen via different means.
Generally, this results in a number of members of a Okay-Pop group getting styled in an eye catching, unconventional manner that folks can’t assist however discuss. And that has been the case for rookie idol Jo of DXMON.
Jo has been, arguably, nearly single-handedly getting DXMON into the general public eye resulting from his dramatic coiffure. The boy group comes from the label SSQ Leisure, dwelling solely to 1 different Okay-Pop group, woo!ah!.
He’s the maknae of DXMON, born on February 4, 2008, making him solely simply 16 years outdated (and 15 on the time the group debuted on January 17 this 12 months).
The form of coiffure that Jo has been styled in for the entire group’s promotional actions is uncommon in Okay-Pop, particularly as of late when visuals are so extremely mentioned and criticized within the business.
Even within the group’s extra aesthetic or conventional images, Jo has the identical spiky pink hair that has to take ages to fashion!
One different member of the group, Hee, has been given some colourful hairstyles, however the different 4 members of DXMON nearly appear like they might belong in a very completely different group with how “regular” their styling is.
Jo’s coiffure has been in comparison with a former fashion worn by TVXQ‘s Changmin again in the course of the group’s Tri-Angle days once they debuted in 2004…
In addition to the character Kirishima from the favored manga/anime My Hero Academia.
His look just lately turned a subject of dialog on a web-based discussion board, the place the creator of a put up claimed that he deserves to go viral for his dedication to this intense styling. And numerous commenters shared their help for the younger Okay-Pop idol, although others additionally expressed concern as properly.
How efficient do you suppose this methodology of promoting is for lesser-known Okay-Pop teams?