PocketDol Studio CEO Kim Gwang-soo expressed his will to resolve the conflict with Yoo Jun-won, who left the group “Fantasy Boys”

PocketDol Studio CEO Kim Gwang-soo expressed his will to resolve the conflict with Yoo Jun-won, who left the group “Fantasy Boys”.

On the 5th, CEO Kim said, “If Yoo Jun-won regrets his mistakes and returns before the Tokyo concert, we will discuss it with the members and go together.”

Yoo Jun-won won first place in the MBC TV audition “Boys’ Fantasy – After School Excitement Season 2” (“Boys’ Fantasy”), a collaboration between Funky Studio and MBC. Afterwards, he was preparing to debut at PocketDoll Studio as “Fantasy Boys”, but left the team. Funky Studio is a production company under Pocket Doll Studio.

Funky Studio claimed that he requested an increase in the profit sharing rate under the pretext of taking first place. On the other hand, his side countered that the relationship of trust was broken by his agency, PocketDoll Studio, forcing him to bear unfair fixed costs and insincere progress.

Yoo Jun-won’s application for a temporary injunction against Funky Studio to suspend his exclusive contract was dismissed on the 24th of last month. The court found that most of the contract details presented by Funky Studio were in accordance with the standard exclusive contract for pop culture artists (singers) notified by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. Funky Studio has also filed a lawsuit against Yoo Jun-won, claiming 3 billion won in damages at the Seoul Central District Court.

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CEO Kim said, “There are legal problems, but I will persuade Funky Studio to withdraw all lawsuits. I will also bear the attorney fees they have to pay,” and added, “If the lawsuit period continues, it will have a negative impact on Yoo Jun-won’s future. I will contact Yoo Jun-won in the afternoon.”

Currently, Yoo Jun-won’s side has appointed a lawyer and submitted a response regarding the lawsuit for damages. Although the hearing date has not been determined, full-scale litigation is expected to take place between the end of this year and early next year.

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