Reality TV Contestant Rosy Goes Viral In Korean Community – WHY?

It’s happening once again! Another ‘Street Woman Fighter’ contestant has been making headlines in Korea for her association with YG Entertainment in the past, her beautiful looks, and her talent.

Rosy, the PROWDMON dancer and entertainer became the talk of online communities across Korea after her former YG Entertainment trainee story came to light.

YG Entertainment Trainee

She is thought to be one of the former trainees of YG Entertainment’s ‘Team A’ and was also the main dancer for her pre-debut team.

She danced in competition to her former agency’s seniors during the ‘No Respect’ battle on the BLACKPINK song titled ‘How You Like That.’

Her apparel and outlook gave out vibes of a YG idol and the Korean community is going nuts over it!

Users took to comments appreciating Rosy and her YG Entertainment past.

‘She Is Really Pretty’

One wrote “I think it’d really suit her well if she wore something with a bit of an idol vibe,” “She’s gorgeous. She even catches my eye in PROWDMON’s group videos,” and “I don’t think I noticed her before, but she’s really pretty. She must sing well if she was a trainee.”

Another comment read that the person was friends with Rosy in middle school and the newly-viral star makes her proud. “We were friendly in middle school, so I’m really proud of her.”

Another Street Woman Fighter Contestant In The News

Street Woman Fighter will broadcast on Mnet on every Tuesday of the week.

Recently, another Street Woman Fighter contestant called Lee Su was in the new for addressing school bullying accusations.

She addressed the accusations against her in an Instagram story on September 18. Lee Su denied any involvement in bullying incidents and also received an apology from the alleged victim.

“By talking about the misunderstandings and facts that occurred at the time, the misunderstanding was resolved. It was not true that I led the rumors and bullying in my school days, and I received an apology for that. I also apologized for standing by and being complicit in the school atmosphere at the time.”


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