Bodyguard Who Worked With A Famous Agency Revealed The Truth Behind The Staff And Their Idols

Netizens dug up clues to find the agency and idol group’s identities.

The team leader of a bodyguard service company uploaded a post on his Instagram where he revealed the true personalities of a famous agency and their popular idols.

Mr. K revealed that his team was hired by an agency to work for a 3-day long concert in Bangkok back in November 2018. But he was shocked by how the agency treated his team as slaves rather than partners.

I was very disappointed after working as a guard for a concert in Bangkok for 3 days. I understand that the idols are famous but the agency staff didn’t have the basic manners and their characters were deeply flawed.

Not only were the guards treated like slaves, but almost all of the event staff were also treated as slaves. I was shocked because it was my first time in my life getting this type of inferior treatment.

— Mr. K

 

His previous experience working with other agencies was far different than his experience with this particular agency. He claimed that the other agencies and idols were well mannered but this agency was far from it.

Netizens quickly began searching to find out which agency and idol group Mr. K was referring to. They discovered that Mr. K had worked for the HEC KOREA Concert that was held at the Thammasat Stadium back in November 2018.

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Read his full story below:

I was very disappointed after working as a guard for a concert in Bangkok for 3 days. I understand that the idols are famous but the agency staff didn’t have the basic manners and their characters were deeply flawed.

Not only were the guards treated like slaves, but almost all of the event staff were also treated as slaves. I was shocked because it was my first time in my life getting this type of inferior treatment.  I was hired to do work for [the bodyguard company]. I am not a bodyguard for the artists nor am I your employee.

Other idol groups’ CEO, manager, team leader, and artists all had manners and character but they were far from educated. It’s not like they paid my paycheck. We were all suffering. We should’ve been supporting each other and keeping at least the basic courtesy.

They were the worst entertainment company that I had worked with. Popularity doesn’t mean class. You need to be more humble or you’d get cursed out by your peers and not go far. In 10 years I will probably retire but I wonder how these idol kids will end up making a living.

I’ve worked as a bodyguard for executives of large corporations, presidents and prime ministers, and I’d never experienced this before. Let’s live like human beings. I wish you stop thinking of us as slaves just because we’re not your agency’s employees. You should be grateful for us to be protecting your assets.

— Mr. K

Source: kyunghyang
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