Girls’ Generation 15th-anniversary music video plagiarism allegations, “I’m ashamed and sorry” Director Shin Hee-won admitted that Disney was plagiarized.
Girls’ Generation’s 15th-anniversary music video caught up in allegations of plagiarism. When the music video director acknowledged this, it turned out to be true.
Earlier, Japanese netizens raised suspicions of design plagiarism because the image commemorating the 15th anniversary of the set of Girls’ Generation’s new song ‘Forever1’ music video was similar to the Tokyo DisneySea emblem.
On the 14th, music video director Shin Hee-won posted on his SNS, “I am embarrassed and sorry that I borrowed the design without permission as I received a request for this music video and participated in the planning and directing. Even with small props.” did.
Director Shin said, “I was looking for a logo design that could be used on the set of the 15th-anniversary parade, and I found an image while looking for various reference materials.”
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He bowed his head, saying, “I confirmed today that the design is a logo commemorating the 15th anniversary of DisneySea Japan, and I sincerely apologize for the part that proceeded with the design of the set without thorough investigation or confirmation.”
He then promised, “We will conduct a thorough investigation and inspection from various angles before production so that this does not happen again.”