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Song Sae-byeok unilaterally out of contact, conflict with management?

2011/04/05 | 763 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Song Sae-byeok seems to have gone out of contact with his management and the reason as to that is being focused on.

His management JY Entertainment revealed, "After the release of his movie, "Clash of the Families", Song Sae-byeok has cut contact with us. His stage appearances and other schedules are being dealt with on his own".

The management continued, "We sent him his manager, but he refused and sent him back. I think some other management might have offered him something better".

At this, on some online communities, are talking about 'involvement with another management' or 'conflict between the actor and the management'.

Meanwhile, Song Sae-byeok signed a contract of 3 years with JY Entertainment after the release of the movie "Mother - 2009" and still had about a year and 8 months left.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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