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Kim Ei-ji of Group BabyV.O.X Seeks Role as Actress

2006/01/26 | Permalink | Source

Kim Ei-ji, a member of the female music group BabyV.O.X, will leave the group and focus on her career as an actress.

An official from her new agency said on Jan. 25, "We have signed a management contract with Kim Ei-ji recently. She will focus on acting for films and TV in the future". This agency also maintains contracts with actresses Hwang In-young, Jo Yeo-jung, Lee Yeong-eun, and Oh Se-jung. Kim once acted in KBS TV2's miniseries "Beijing, My Love", which aired in 2004.

It has now become nearly impossible for BabyV.O.X to continue their activities, as Kim has broken away from the group following Shim Eun-jin and Yoon Eun-hye.

"It is true that Kim Eiji has changed her management agencies, but it's not appropriate to say BabyV.O.X will be disbanded. We are now discussing if the group should continue working by replenishing it with new members", said an official from BabyV.O.X's agency, DR Music.

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