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Once an idol graduates (a.k.a they become too old), these are the choices they make. I buy into this whole idol culture in the Japanese music industry. We do not call our idols “idols” and we don’t make them sign a no dating contract. Take Justin Bieber for example (this will hopefully be the first and last time I use him as an example).

And there are some who disappear from the public eye completely. I’m not going to sit here and say that I’m any better than any other idol fan, because I’m not. Every single fan of an idol is part of the problem. If the girls of Silent Siren decided to date, I wouldn’t mind. They have normal needs and dating is one of those needs. For the first two years of Justin’s career when he was big, he didn’t date.

If you know me, it comes as no surprise I like idols. The only idol group I am a dedicated fan of is Silent Siren. Every other idol group I listen to is just casual listening, I don’t care to keep up with all the news surrounding them. If Suu chose to date (she’s 21 so she probably has the rule pinned to her), I wouldn’t care. As long as her boyfriend treats her right, then I don't care. It is a coincidence that Justin didn’t date at the height of his career? When Justin’s career started, much like other Western idols, he was probably heavily encouraged by his management to not date. I only know that K-pop fans have a special name for the insane ones, though I can’t remember what it is. We expect them to be perfect and when they mess up, we berate them for it.

When One Direction first started, I can guarantee you that their management encouraged them to refrain from dating for a few years. In Japan, many idols will eventually break under the pressure.

Even in Western countries, our idols will break under pressure. During the height of his career, he was a good boy.

When it comes to how the countries (and foreigners of course) perceive their idols, fan of Japanese music and fans of Korean music see them in very similar ways. In Japan and South Korea, there is a clause in the idol’s contract that says they are not allowed to date. The clause does not say they’re not allowed to date at all, that’s not accurate. It has to be a secret from everyone who would tell.

What the clause says actually is that idols cannot be dating. Now, I am aware that many K-pop fans don’t know about this “no dating” clause in their idol contracts.

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