Look , you have to look at this in a wider perspective instead of the ‘6-1=0’.
Yes, we all are sad the fact that they need to proceed the concert without Andy. But what other choice they have? Postpone the concert? Cancel it?
Decisions have been made. Concerts have been scheduled. To come up , set up and organize an event needs a huge support not alone from the members and SHCJ but also staff, crew… from venue to contracts, to endorsements to setups to audio etc.
They are at risk of getting sued back by third parties if they decide to cancel an event. Its not an easy said and done. Let alone the penalties or costs they have to bear to pay back other.
What they did is trying to be fair for everyone. We can say we are all okay at the fact that Andy made a mistake. But they are looking at the public interest as well. To make sure public reaction wont hurt them or Andy.
Im pretty sure its a hard decision for ShinCom but decisions have been made prior to this (ie the concert etc). So its not necessary to put the blame on ShinCom.
So what we can do for now is just continue to support them. :)