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In that way, the stage ended with more sorrow than fear at the end.
As if the narrator of an inhuman song really fell in love with a person.

 

“….Whoa!!”

 

People who suddenly came to their senses cheered loudly at that moment.

 

It was a stage that stimulated the audience’s hearts from start to finish, with a shocking beginning and a tragic end. 

 

It wouldn’t have been this or that if they had done it badly.

 

However, the team’s participants did it right.

 

‘This is so crazy!’

 

Many people in the shouting audience realized it was possible because these participants’ skills were above average and their appearance and style were good. 

 

The voices of the excited audience could be heard here and there as if they had already made up their minds.

 

The participants who got up patted each other on the back a few times and greeted the audience with a smile.

 

“Thank you!”

 

“T, thank you!”

 

It felt cuter because of the other teams’ actions and the gap between them and the stage was too wide.

 

“Cute—”

 

She, who had been directing the camera, also muttered heartwarmingly.
In particular, a member with a high-pitched bridge caught her eye.

 

Even after she went home, she couldn’t stop thinking about that unexpected bridge.

 

With this pronunciation, he hit the high notes ridiculously well, and his face was cool and cute, and he didn’t even flinch as he did the excessive concept.

 

‘When the voting came out, I will remember his names.’

 

She kept looking at Park Moondae, who was leaving the stage and made a promise to herself before realizing she was holding a camera.

 

And she was surprised. 

 

‘I was so focused on the stage that I totally forgot about the camera—!’

 

It’s too bad that she can’t take a picture, but she’s so happy to be able to see it with her own eyes and not have to worry about the camera!

 

This was the first time since the former idol.

 

A shudder passed.

 

Well, it was a sign of being too immersed. 

 

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When the team members left the stage, they either grabbed the wall or slumped down as if their legs were losing strength.

 

I leaned against the wall and thought. 

 

‘It was… more fun than I thought.’

 

It was strange. 

 

To be honest, I never expected this to be fun. 

 

I had no choice but to do it because I would die suddenly if I didn’t debut. 

 

I’ve never danced or sang in front of anyone in my life.
Even with makeup on. 

 

—Obviously, up until the time I sang and danced 〈POP☆CON〉, I just felt like I had to do it.

 

‘I thought I’d come back to reality… Why is it fun?’

 

I’m even in a condition where my breath is about to pop out of my throat. 

 

‘It’s harder than practice.’

 

I think I put more energy into it because it was a real match.

 

And probably, the guys who climbed on top together with me were all out of breath in the same way.

 

Because I’m also out of breath. 

 

But their expressions were bright. 

 

It was because the shouts were loud enough to tear their ears. 

 

“Whoaa!!!”

 

“Encore! Encore!”

 

I could even hear some shouting for an encore from behind now.

 

‘There weren’t many people.’ 

 

And the results— were better than expected.

 

It was a cheer that even the first and second-place teams didn’t receive. 

 

No way.
Is this why it’s fun? Because of the reactions that are pouring out in front of me?

 

“Everyone— thank you for your hard work! We did a great job! Really!” 

 

As the camera approached, Big Sejin quickly opened his mouth.

 

I can’t say he wasn’t conscious of the camera, but it seems like his words are sincere anyway.

 

Originally, everyone praised everything if the results were good, and the team members started thanking each other and hugging each other.

 

“Thank you for your hard work!”

 

“T, thank you…”

 

Should I say something too? 

 

“Thanks to you— it was fun.
Thank you.”

 

“Moondae-ya…”

 

“Oh my, even Moondae says things like this.” 

 

What are they doing? 

 

I’m impressed by how much these guys were moved by every word.

 

Even the sullen Lee Sejin was filled with a tearful look on his face.

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“…Everyone has worked hard.”

 

“Heol.
Hyung-nim.”

 

“I’m touched.”

 

The team members who rarely look at Lee Sejin now look at him with warm eyes as if they are not aware that the camera is there.

 

The atmosphere was very similar to the ending of a boy’s manhwa.

 

I remembered the last practice session. 

 

– Hyung! As expected, we should also strengthen our fear! But, don’t you think we need to go strong? So that we don’t fall behind with innocence! 

 

– Right? Hyung, thinking about it, what about the killer!

 

– Oh~ that’s strong!

 

– …It could overlap with the existence of a real person, so why not think of it as a fantasy creature?

 

– G, ghost…? 

 

– …Ghost?

 

– Ung, u, uh, like this, if you move… Because it looks amazing, so…

 

– Hahaha! There are a lot of good opinions~ Let’s vote by a majority of the people! 

 

—.

 

…I only remembered the process of struggling to euphemize the absurd excessive claims that these talkative people were making. 

 

At this time, I was grateful for Big Sejin.
He’s good at leading public opinion.

 

In the end, most of the arrangement was carried out according to the wishes of Big Sejin and me.
This was because this punk also pushed the vampire option I chose. 

 

Nonetheless, it has been proven that vampire popularity was better than the ghost or the killer.

 

So what if it’s a ghost or a killer? Are they going to get cursed for sharing 10,000 units on SNS?

 

Anyway, I was satisfied with the good results by properly arranging fear and innocence.

 

And honestly—.

 

It’s fun. 

 

I thought I could understand why so many people wanted to do this job.

 

My teammates gathered around me as I took a deep breath and stood up.

 

I shrugged.
Without it, the atmosphere wouldn’t be alive. 

 

It’s also important to show the camera how good our team works, so I didn’t try to get out of it.

 

“Let’s make sure to be a team in the next team match.”

 

“Ah, let’s do it together again next time!”

 

“I, I like it.”

 

“Honestly, our teamwork was the best.”

 

The congratulations kept coming, and when there was no longer a repertoire, they moved to the area to check out the opponent’s stage with the guidance of the staff.

 

As soon as we arrived at the room where the monitor was installed, the opposing team’s stage began. 

 

“Oh—”

 

These guys were politely admiring, but they probably realized it.

 

That there is a big difference in how audiences cheer.

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