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They were trying to make a post, but they were caught posting a link by accident about them creating a fake viral moment

"Male idols who are coming back tomorrow but their MV got leaked"

Title: Male idols who are coming back tomorrow but their MV got leaked
Distribution channel: Theqoo, Instiz

They're coming back tomorrow. They will be releasing their MV on the official Twitter

JellyFish notion (t/n: project management website)
May 15th 2023 planned post: Male idols who are coming back tomorrow but their MV got leaked
June 2nd 2023: VERIVERY viral subject

Community title: 
Idols who try to make their fans perform with unique fan chants

Community content:
The main character are straight up VERIVERY

t/n: Jellyfish seems to have accidentally posted screenshots of their planned articles with their titles/content/etc. to make it seem like netizens are the ones writing them and making VERIVERY go viral. 

original post: here

1. This is legendary. Wow it's interesting

2. No but I still remember this boy group making it so obvious when they're trying to go viral with their stuff with titles like "the ulzzang born in 2000 who is popular for being the face king" and reading their articles on Naver blog 

3. I feel like they've done even worse than that over there ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Honestly it's so obvious

4. It's funny how the ones here getting caught are VERIVERY but the big agencies are getting dragged more in the comments ㅋㅋ

5. Honestly if it's not forced virality by bringing down another group, it's fine 

6. As long as they're not going viral by putting down others, it's okay, but the fact that they got caught is legendary 

7. I know everyone does it, but this is a bit embarrassing.. ㅠㅠ 

8. But honestly I bet all companies go to this length to promote their artitstㅋㅋㅋㅋ

9. I don't care but how are they getting caught ..

10. ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ It's just a bit embarrassing ㅋㅋ

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