He did what was best for himself. You can’t fault a guy for doing that.
You can fault him for breaking promises to people who thought of him as brothers. Essentially, he’d used them to ride himself up to a certain point of fame and had then abandoned them when he felt like he didn’t need them any more.
I’m sure fans with more emotional capital invested in the group and the other members will have stronger opinions.
Excellent series. Some frustratingly slow points or characters that irritated (not in the same theatric way as Jeoffrey from GoT, but really just annoyed in an unpleasant way) but the characters were great and the twists were entertaining.
It’s up to you, to know whether you’d be happier doing one or the other. If it’s a 50/50 scenario, I’d advise avoiding business, management and business management degrees at the bachelor level; most of those things can be learned more effectively in the field.
If you’re confident of engineering, then it’s probably better to enjoy that and then get the full benefit of an MBA education later on.
I think when it first slipped out, and the public reacted favourably to it, it becomes only natural that SM would let him do more and more of it. After all, if the public likes it, they can make money from it.
Or maybe their fanclubs are spreading out the sales to maximise the number of weeks.