New idol group’s over-the-top choreography called inappropriate to perform in public

Although concerts typically cost quite a lot of money, many groups occasionally hold public performances for fans to see them perform free of charge.

Usually, these public performances are held at popular locations, allowing fans to easily find the venue while also attracting other members of the public that just happen to be in the area. But while public performances are usually welcome by the public, idol group ICIA recently came under scrutinization for one of their more risque showcases. Due to their revealing outfits and suggestive choreography, some felt that it was not appropriate for all ages, and was untasteful to perform in a public location. After witnessing the group’s overtly sexual dance moves, people claimed that groups with more mature concepts shouldn’t hold performances in public places where individuals of all ages can be found.