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We Won't See UEE In After School Any Longer, Contract With Pledis Entertainment Ends
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We Won't See UEE In After School Any Longer, Contract With Pledis Entertainment Ends

UEE has decided not to renew her exclusive contract with Pledis Entertainment and announced that she will be graduating from "After School" with the end of her contract. In a handwritten letter, she expressed her deepest feelings about her upcoming departure with her fans.

According to a report by Soompi, UEE expressed thankfulness for the eight years that she has spent with her fellow members of "After School" and said that during this time, they have all grown up and evolved in the industry. She said that at first, it seemed that the thought of "graduating" from the group seemed like a faraway thought, but before she knew it, her turn has arrived.

UEE Confirmed To Have Signed Exclusive Contract With Yuleum Entertainment
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UEE Confirmed To Have Signed Exclusive Contract With Yuleum Entertainment

UEE has found a new home in Yuleum Entertainment!

On June 1, Yuleum Entertainment said through an official press release, We have signed an exclusive contract with UEE. We will use all of our available resources so that she can showcase her talent and charm in every project, both in acting and on variety shows. We will also support her so that she can become even more active in a diverse variety of areas. We ask that fans continue to show [UEE] love and support.

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SM Entertainment's EXO, SHINee, Girl's Generation, To Make Their Respective Comeback Before 2017 Ends!
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SM Entertainment's EXO, SHINee, Girl's Generation, To Make Their Respective Comeback Before 2017 Ends!

It seems like SM Entertainment will be quite busy for the rest of the year. Numerous groups under the agency are set to make their comeback in the next 6 months.

As reported by Soompi, numerous groups under SM Entertainment are set to make their comeback within the last 6 months of 2017. First off is the agency's youngest boy group, NCT 127.

SM Entertainment is already gearing up for NCT 127's comeback within the month. The agency has already dropped a teaser image of the group and is set to drop another within the next 2 days.

Woollim Entertainment speaks about INFINITE's contract renewal
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Woollim Entertainment speaks about INFINITE's contract renewal

Woollim Entertainment spoke about the contract renewal with INFINITE. 

This year, the boy group is celebrating their 7th year since debut. This also means their 7-year contract with Woollim Entertainment is coming to an end. 

On June 9, a rep from Woollim Entertainment spoke about INFINITE's contract, and said, "Contract renewal is under discussion in a positive direction."

SEE ALSO: 'INFINITE's Starry Night' will not take place this year due to members' conflicting schedules

Woollim Entertainment gives update on contract renewal with INFINITE
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Woollim Entertainment gives update on contract renewal with INFINITE

Woollim Entertainment spoke about their contract renewal with INFINITE.

On June 12, a rep from the label revealed, "INFINITE's contract with us came to an end on the 9th. Contract renewal is still under discussion. The members are positively looking into it."

SEE ALSO: Pop Quiz: How well do you know INFINITE?

INFINITE made their debut in 2010 and recently celebrated their 7th anniversary on June 9. 

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