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Submitted by Pozzle 586d ago | article

Catfight in South Korea: how female KPop groups promote mobile games

AppZoom: "We all are used to famous people being paid for promoting brands or products, sometimes because there’s a silver link between an akin philosophy or message, sometimes because they’re both oriented to the same target audience. This is as it is and shouldn’t strike anyone nowadays." (Android, Culture, iPad, iPhone)

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