Wednesday, May 29, 2013

[News] Heo Young Saeng - SS501's Heo Young Saeng likely to enlist this November! [29.05.13]


SS501's Heo Young Saeng is planning to enlist for his mandatory military service this November!

This would make him the second SS501 member to enlist following Kim Kyu Jong, who started his service in July of last year.

A rep from B2M Entertainment said, "It seems that Heo Young Saeng has decided to enlist by the end of this year. If he receives a draft notice, he will not delay it and plans to perform his duty to the country." 

After a health checkup, Heo Young Saeng was found to be fit for active duty by the Office of Military Manpower Administration.

Detailed information about his exact enlistment date and training location have yet to be decided.

[Video] Kim Hyung Jun -SBS Night of TV Entertainment (Preview) [29.05.13]

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[Video] Kim Hyun Joong - 3rd Japanese Single 'TONIGHT' (3rd Teaser) [29.05.13]

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[Screencap] Kim Hyun Joong - 3rd Japanese Single 'TONIGHT' 3rd Teaser [29.05.13] by Rukubebe

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[News] Park Jung Min - long legal battle with his previous label finally comes to an end [28.05.13]


Park Jung Min's lengthy legal battle with his previous label CNr Media has finally come to an end.

His current label, Yamaha A&R revealed, "Park Jung Min has cleanly closed his relationship with CNr Media. He's been exempted from all the related businesses and miscellaneous contract issues with his previous label.

Park Jung Min had filed a lawsuit towards his former label for 200,000,000 KRW (approximately $180,000 USD) in July 2012 demanding provisional disposition to terminate the validity of his contract. He had said, "When the contract was signed in October 2010, the profit was supposed to be split at a set rate. However, the balance remaining has still not been paid. The unpaid dues are estimated to reach 1.1 billion KRW (approximately $1 million USD), but the suit is only for 200 million KRW. Later on, the exact profit will be calculated and the suit will be increased as a result. The label received the request of correction about the unpaid dues, but did nothing. Because of this, the contract with them was terminated last December.

Park Jung Min agreed to the decision that he would receive what CNr Media could realistically pay him, due to their financial troubles and to terminate his contract. His lawyers said, "From the beginning, his lawsuit wasn't about receiving money but at successfully concluding his relationship with his previous label. We got to this agreement so Park Jung Min could focus on various promotions instead of focusing on long-lasting legal matters."

Now that his legal battle is over, hopefully we can see Park Jung Min more often.