The the digital copy of idol offers the semi-artificial female body an immaterial substance. It is intended to reproduce the living idol's appeal while adding to it the fascination of an entirely artificial, technologically produced body, using promotional film to speculate that the K-pop idol and their digital copy simultaneously in the nearly future entertainment industry, addressing the consistency of identity between K-pop idol and their digital copies. Making a promotion film which stand from real K-pop idol's perspective, using the Marketing pitch to discuss their monetary value and complex identity crisis. Experimentation with 3d molding making plays a large role in my project, and using it to create a fictional K-pop idol to expand the narrative about the nearly future of entertainment. This project hopes to draw attention to K-pop female artists themselves, the producer of K-pop idols, and people who are fans of the K-pop idol and who will enjoy the new format entertainment to open the various discussion about the impact of the virtual identity in an age of uncertain entertainment. Thus, the more profound doubt may be that when a string of numbers designed is no longer a tool for simulating the work of a real person, nor a character attached to a fictional work, but an independent individual that is worshipped by everyone, How we should understand the meaning of "existence"? What is the identity of the female K-pop idol in that scenario? What is it that we love? Furthermore, is it our own will?