VLAST CEO Speaks Out As PLAVE Fans Overstep, Calls For Privacy Respect

On the afternoon of April 22 KST, VLAST’s big boss Lee Seong Gu held a press meet in Seoul, tackling concerns about the virtual idol group PLAVE.

CEO Lee Seong Gu stressed the importance of risk management for PLAVE, saying, “I reckon it should be handled much like traditional idol management. It’s crucial to tread carefully around personal stuff and to use fitting language and behavior, just like with real-life idols.”

Voicing his worries, CEO Lee Seong Gu noted, “At first, we expected interactions only through broadcasts, without face-to-face meetups with fans. But, we’ve noticed cases where fans have tried to drop by artists’ homes or the company.”

Underlining the need for beefed-up security measures, Lee urged fans to hold back from such actions, emphasizing, “We’re stepping up security protocols, and we kindly ask fans to respect our artists’ privacy, just as they adore our virtual idols.”

Made up of five members, PLAVE has been making waves in the entertainment industry. After their hit run on music shows in March, the group held their first-ever fan concert, marking a major milestone in their journey.



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