Virtual influencers are all the rage in Korea, with some of the most popular ones amassing millions of followers. But while they may be entertaining and innovative, there's something inherently sad about these virtual creations taking the place of real human beings. 😔
Take for example, Imma - a virtual influencer with over 300k followers on Instagram. She looks and acts like a real person, but she's not. And while her posts may be visually stunning, it's disheartening to think that young people may be idolizing and emulating someone who doesn't even exist in the real world. 💔
Similarly, virtual K-pop groups like K/DA and Aespa have taken the music industry by storm, but at what cost? Is it really healthy for young fans to obsess over virtual idols that have been created and manipulated by technology? 🤖
While there's no denying the creativity and novelty of virtual influencers in Korea, it's important to question the impact they have on our society and what they say about our relationship with technology. What are your thoughts on this topic?
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