A Fan Community Centered Around The Official Fan Club Service, KWANGYA CLUB Is Expected To Launch A Beta Version In July For Approximately 2 Months.
Recently, SM Entertainment announced the closure of Lysn. Apparently, the agency has had a replacement, where they informed fans that SM will be launching its newest mobile fan community, KWANGYA CLUB.
A fan community centered around the official fan club service, KWANGYA CLUB is expected to launch a beta version in July for approximately 2 months, before a full launch in September.
This community will offer services for fans of SM Entertainment artists such as Kangta , BoA , TVXQ , Super Junior , Girls’ Generation , SHINee , EXO , Red Velvet , NCT 127 , NCT Dream , WayV , aespa , and others, as well as free BASIC Membership features, paid annual membership, or ACE membership.
Starting on June 23, SM Entertainment will launch ACE membership recruitment for NCT Dream and aespa before running the community service beta. KWANGYA CLUB is expected to offer various fan club services to fans both in Korea and abroad, with special content and facilities for ACE members.
Meanwhile, SM Entertainment also intends to launch a series of KWANGYA brand content throughout 2022, including digital membership service MUSIC NATION SMTOWN META-PASSPORT, cultural experience hall exhibitions ‘ [email protected] ‘ and ‘ [email protected] ‘, and many more.
The announcement of the plan to launch KWANGYA CLUB, of course, did not escape the attention and comments of netizens. The funny thing is, some of them sound annoyed, but also admit that they don’t mind paying membership fees.
“They really make me hate the word ‘Kwangya’. But I’m ready to spend 35,000 won,” commented netizens. “I hope JYP doesn’t go there…” said another netizen. “Although I feel amused by the word ‘Kwangya’, I like it,” said another.
“They’ve really lost their minds. When are they planning to stop? It’s so shocking that I can’t help but laugh. Really, did they think that the reaction would be good?” said netizens. “Really annoying… But I hope my bias goes there,” another commented. “Kwangya Club…? Please let me out,” added another.