As you've seen from the credit. This group, similarly to NiziU, raises a question if this is T-pop. Does the group getting almost everything done in Korea by the Korean, music, music video, choreography, wardrobe & basic training, represent Thai music industry? The vision of the boss is to let Thai kids doing K-pop in Thailand. Will such move help develop Thai music industry when it contributes nothing to the development of back-end personnel?
Everything about this release looks and sounds as if something from a top mid-tier agency (bigger agencies that not in Big4) but, why may K-pop fans switch from K-pop to an identical product? Many Thai audiences ask for something looks and sounds different from K-pop beyond Thai lines.
Yet, when the group and its song are totally processed in Thailand, they will be criticisms that the group is not up to K-pop standard.