Earlier on May 24, 2023, it was reported that a select group of Korean ENHYPEN fans had sent protest trucks to the company building in order to protest against the paired choreography in “Bite Me.”
The perpetrator who causes fans to leave, Be.Lift Lab. Remove the choreography with the female dancers completely. Only put the seven members on stage.
The choreography includes a part with female backup dancers interacting with each member.
In addition to the protest trucks, some Korean fans have also signed a boycott to demand “a swift edit of the choreography for ‘Bite Me’.” The boycott letter was signed by “Instiz ENGENES.” They have pointed out three main points.
- “Your company’s idea of a revolutionary performance that ‘has not been seen in the past 10 years’ has been used in the title song ‘Bite Me.’“
- “What do you think about how the comeback showcase, which had always been filled with the fans’ cheers and screams, have now turned to sighs and despair during the ‘Bite Me’ performance at the showcase?“
- “And so, we request that you totally remove the paired choreography in ‘Bite Me’ involving the female dancers.”
The reasons stated by Korean ENGENEs include that…