Supergroups and project groups aren’t new to Kpop. They’ve been around as long as there’s been talent – and that’s forever. Letting artists mess around with other artists, those they aren’t used to working with, can bring out all sorts of interesting sounds and performances and allows them to experiment and try something new without compromising the concept or image of their original group. I’m 100% in support of that. I like experimentation. Too much of the same thing gets old for me after about three comebacks. New stuff is the ticket to my soul.