Thai Netizens Cry Foul, Claim K-Pop Teams  Had been Plagiarizing Thailand’s Advertisement Music

Thai Netizens Cry Foul, Claim K-Pop Teams Had been Plagiarizing Thailand’s Advertisement Music

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterNetizens are record down the selection of times Korean artists and their track are being plagiarised in a lot ofadvertisementadvertising in Thailand. 

Recently, one or more videos were circulating online calling out advertisers in Thailand to forestallthe use of plagiarised background music for their products.

For instance, a bathtubemblem Shokubutsu Monogatari aired a promotional video featuring in their leading stars, Yaya, with a background music that virtually resembled Girls’ Generation’s “Lion Heart.”

As the video was once spread and heavily discussed online, it became later on came upon to have been reported and has been got rid ofby capability of the user. The speculations, however, branched to other incidences where the similar tactic was used.

Other promotional videos that were purported to take used a plagiarised background music included Amber’s “Shake The Brass” and Crayon Pop’s Uh-Ee.”

Can you spot the similarities?

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