Pledis Entertainment announces blacklist for SEVENTEEN fans

Pledis Entertainment announces blacklist for SEVENTEEN fans

Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Maximum idol teamsactually appreciate fanatics who apply them to all in theiroccasions and take pictures of them to post on fansites and blogs. However, cameras arent at all times allowed at broadcasting events, and are even strictly prohibited at some recordings. All overa up to date recording of Yoo Hee Yeols Sketchbook featuring popular rookie group SEVENTEEN, the crowds were full of adoring fans who attended the displayto turn their fortify for the group. And whilst the proveis understood for now notpermitting fan recordings, many fans were observed in the crowd maintainingmassive cameras.

In fact, the presentations host Yoo Hee Yeol even commented at thequantity of cameras in the crowd, saying, Dang, it appears like a press conference. Wow what are those cannons?oh get out of the way? Oh sorry. After the broadcast, SEVENTEENs workforcewas once reportedly warned by way of the broadcasting station for permitting fans to blatantly forget about the stations requests opposed to the use of cameras.

Since the incident, Pledis Entertainment released an respectablecommentary for fans, which read, Hello here's SEVENTEENs staff. We've gotgainedcautionbecause of the presence of the cameras at fresh Yoo Hee Yeols Sketchbook filming. From this point on, if we spot somebody filming in a prohibited match (including recordings), you'll exist permanently banned from the fanclub and might not bereadyto wait any official events. We can be able to also take these measures to any one that uploads footage from the recording of sketchbook.

SEVENTEEN currently made a comeback with Very Nice. Take a glance at the track video below:

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Pledis Announces Permanent Blacklist For Seventeen Enthusiasts Who Wreck Rules

Pledis Announces Permanent Blacklist For Seventeen Enthusiasts Who Wreck Rules

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Pledis has taken drastic measures in line with overenthusiastic fans.

During the maximum recent recording of "Yoo Hee Yeol's Sketchbook," popular male idol team Seventeen was once performing. As expected, many in their fans attended the displayto look them reside onstage. However, this prove does now notpermit any target audiencecontributors to take photographs or videos.

Despite this ban, many Seventeen fans persisted to take footageand movie Seventeen's functionality during the show, many with large, pricey cameras.

After the show, the television station reportedly admonished Seventeen's group of workers for not preventing the group's fans from the use of their cameras during the show.

In reaction to the incident, Pledis Entertainment announced on their Twitter that they would be serious punishments for someoneenticing in equivalentbehavior in the future, adding being blacklisted from occasions and permanently expelled from the fanclub.

Pledis employees made two tweets, stating, "Hello, here'sthe employees of Seventeen. We were warned through the broadcast station on web site during the filming of today's episode of "Yoo Hee Yeol's Sketchbook."

"From now on, anybody who takes pictures or videos in a position including Television stations) that forbids it is going to exist permanently kicked out of the fanclub and may be blacklisted from any long run events," the corporate stated, firmly expressing their position.

"Anyone who uploads photos or videos of the "Sketchbook" episode will face the similar punishments, so act accordingly," they concluded.

With such drastic consequences, Pledis has shown that it's miles willing to crack down on fans who disobey TV station rules.

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Pledis Entertainment announces upcoming Pledis Girlz feature in SEVENTEEN’s Vernon OST track

Pledis Entertainment announces upcoming Pledis Girlz feature in SEVENTEEN’s Vernon OST track

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterSEVENTEEN member Vernon is freeing an OST song soon for internet series Love Revolution and may be accompanied via Pledis Entertainments womanstaff trainees recentlyreferred to as Pledis Girlz.

The OST track titled Disease/Illness, the song capabilities lyrics written by Vernon himself. This isnt the primary time he has participated as a lyricist as he may be known to have helped write the lyrics for SEVENTEENs hits Mansae and Adore U.

As for Pledis Girlz, loversmight beaccustomed to them as they recently seemed on the Mnet girl trainee competition Produce 101.

Meanwhile, Pledis Entertainment also published that SEVENTEEN is making ready to unencumber a new album in April with the approaching OST track also acting as a present for fans who are watching for the boy teams return.

The track will be released later nowadays on March 23rd at midday KST.

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Pledis Entertainment Releases Commentary About SEVENTEEN Member Wonwoo’s Fitness And Long term Album Promotions

Pledis Entertainment Releases Commentary About SEVENTEEN Member Wonwoo’s Fitness And Long term Album Promotions

Pledis Entertainment Releases Remark some SEVENTEEN Member Wonwoos Fitness And Long term Album Promotionskokoberry June 14, 2016 0 Pledis Entertainment Releases Statement About SEVENTEEN Member Wonwoos Health And Future Album Promotions On June 15, Pledis Entertainment released an authentic statement referring to SEVENTEEN member Wonwoos health and participation in upcoming album promotions.

The firmpublished that Wonwoo is still improving and may now not be joining in broadcast promotions because ofconsiderations for his health. Previously, Wonwoo was oncenot ableto accomplish at Dream Concert due to the acuate gastritis.

Below is their official statement:

Hello. Here's Pledis Entertainment.

It has been made up our minds that SEVENTEEN member Wonwoo isn't doing broadcast promotions in the meanwhileso as to make a healthy recovery.

Wed love toask for forgiveness to enthusiasts who cherish and love Wonwoo for bringing this surprising news in additionthe former news about his health final time.

Following his diagnosis with acute gastritis, Wonwoo won a check-up in order to recover. The check-up revealed that he lost stamina and it changed intodecided that he would wish fourth dimension to relaxation and would be unable to continue promotions after a long discussion with Wonwoo.

Wonwoo were resting in order to stabilize and get well afterward his acute gastritis. With intentions to sign up in promotions for the planned repackaged album, he participated in recording and song video filming. However, we made a decision that music presentations and broadcast schedules would be too much for Wonwoo who is still recovering. We prompt that Wonwoo rest for his health and for his future.

Wonwoo showed a robust volition to sign up for his individuals in promotions, yethe'll exist resting this time in order to utterlyget well so he will also be healthy and be with SEVENTEEN for a long time. Hence SEVENTEENs broadcast promotions and schedules for their repackaged album is planned to feature 12 members. Wonwoo will rejoin promotions and meet fans after his health is solely recovered.

We make an apology once back for causing fans to worry. Please beef up Wonwoo and SEVENTEEN.

We hope Wonwoo makes a whole recovery soon.

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Pledis Entertainment"s upcoming boy group Seventeen releases teaser for the first member

Rookie boy group Seventeen has revealed the first member teaser video.

The boy is called S.COUPS, and is said to be the leader and the rapper of Seventeen. Before his official debut, he has participated in Brand New Music concert as well as guested in numerous hip hop events, proving his splendid rapping skills.

Meanwhile, Seventeen will be fully introduced through reality show "Seventeen Project - The Debut Mission". It will be broadcasted on May 2nd through MBC Music.

Stay tuned for upcoming teasers from Seventeen!

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Pledis Entertainment confirms Seventeen is preparing for debut; unsure about date and members

Pledis Entertainment confirms Seventeen is preparing for debut; unsure about date and members

Pledis Entertainment confirms Seventeen is preparing for debut; unsure about date and members

A report recently came out that Pledis Entertainment might finally be launching their large boy group, Seventeen, in April!

However, the agency stepped up on February 11 to say, "The debut is not confirmed for April. We are in the preparation stages. We have not even confirmed yet the number of members for the debut. Among the seventeen we were originally thinking of, there are a few who are not yet ready, so we have shrunk [the number]. We are planning to debut thirteen, but there is still possibility for change."

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Pledis Entertainment Rolls Out After Schools Brother Group Seventeen in April

Pledis Entertainment Rolls Out After Schools Brother Group Seventeen in April

Pledis Entertainment Rolls Out After School’s Brother Group Seventeen in April

Pledis Entertainment is ready to launch a large-scale male idol group!

According to Star News, Pledis will debut their global male idol group Seventeen in April. Pledis also represented After School, Orange Caramel, and Nu’est

Seventeen is composed of 13 members, and are working hard, aiming for April as their debut. It was initially supposed to be comprised of 17 members, but after harsh training, only 13 members remained to secure a spot on the team.

Previously, they aired “SeventeenTV” for two years between 2012 to July of 2014, gathering fans even before debut.

Even though they haven’t officially made a debut, they already have many foreign viewers including those from Thailand, Japan, and China. Furthermore, many foreign fans attended their concerts. Last year, they attended the “2014 SBS Awards Festival” and performed on the celebratory stage.

Pledis plans to break the frame of debuting a group in Korea first and then advancing to other countries. They plan to develop the group into being able to promote in Korea, China and Japan all at once.

Pledis is reported to be looking into the plan of dividing the group into three units and promote in Korea, China and Japan at the same time. To appeal to the global population, it is reported that some of the members are fluent in Chinese and English.

An associate said, “Seventeen is wrapping up preparations for their debut” and added, “For now, 13 members have been confirmed for debut, but nothing has been decided on the other members. They are still working on the specific concept and promotion plans.”

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Kahi announces her departure from Pledis Entertainment

Kahi announces her departure from Pledis Entertainment

Kahi announces her departure from Pledis Entertainment

Former After School member and now solo artist Kahi will be departing from her agency, Pledis Entertainment!

On January 19, a rep from Pledis told The Fact, "Kahi"s contract recently expired, and she has left the agency. There was no disharmony. It ended on good terms. We think Kahi revealed her stance on Twitter well. We do not know what activities Kahi will pursue in the future at this moment, but we hope it goes well."

She wrote via Twitter, "It has been 6 years since After School debuted. That is also the amount of time it took to leave the agency. You"ve helped me to realize my dream and raised me when I was lacking, so I"m really grateful to everyone in the Pledis family. Wherever I am, I will work more diligently with a more mature self."

Kahi debuted in After School back in 2009 and graduated in 2012 to pursue her solo activities. Now, she has left the agency in 2015, leaving fans to wonder what her next steps might be!

애프터스쿨 데뷔6주년... 그러면서.... 소속사를 떠나는 시기이네요.... 그동안 저의 꿈을 실현 시켜주시고 부족한저를 거둬주시고 키워주신 플레디스 식구 여러분...너무 감사했습니다.. 어디서든 더 발전된 모습으로 더 열심히 노력하겠습니다.!!

— kahi jiyoung park (@misskahi) January 19, 2015

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After School fans demand apology from Pledis Entertainment and After School members

After School fans demand apology from Pledis Entertainment and After School members

After School fans demand apology from Pledis Entertainment and After School members

Fans of After School are currently furious and have demanded an apology from the members of After School and their agency, Pledis Entertainment.

Two of After School’s biggest fan sites, “chilhyerin.com” (890507.com) and “gaeuna.com” (940820.com) closed down their sites in response to Pledis and After School’s attitudes at the filming of the 2014 Idol Futsal World Cup event on the 26th of May.

After School fans demand apology from Pledis Entertainment and After School members

After School fans demand apology from Pledis Entertainment and After School members

Furthermore, After School’s biggest fanclub site, “afterschoolfan.com” posted a threat notifying all their members of this situation and were gathering members who would join in on this ‘strike’.

According to “afterschoolfan.com”, Pledis Entertainment had sent a request to chilhyerin.com at 9 pm on the 25th of May, to bring a banner to support After School at the Futsal World Cup. At such late notice, it was considered impossible to prepare a banner at that time, however chilhyerin.com succeeded by staying up all night to prepare the banners.

After School fans demand apology from Pledis Entertainment and After School members

However as they arrived at the set, the members of After School reportedly did not attempt to even greet their fans, nor had they tried any means of communicating with them.

Many of the fans complained, “We went all the way to the site just to have a glance at our favorite celebrities, and it’s not a short distance. But the members didn’t even move 10 cm our way. However we still kept our faith in them and believed that there would be a chance to see them after the filming was over, and we waited in to the late hours, even though all forms of public transport were finished, but Pledis Entertainment did not even notify us of anything, and we found out that the members had already left without even filming the end.”

In the notification thread at afterschoolfan.com, it read “We acknowledge the fact that fan service is not mandatory nor is it a duty, but it’s not like we fans have nothing else to do all day and dedicate our whole day to seeing the members. Also, it is clear that Pledis Entertainment has a problem with their internal communications system, like they have always shown every year. This time, we cannot turn a blind eye to their obvious problems, and so we have decided to temporarily shut down until Pledis Entertainment and After School apologize and promise to bring improvement.

Due to this incident, several After School members have uploaded posts on their SNS accounts, in particular, Raina, who decided to shut down her personal Twitter after apologizing to her fans.

Pledis Entertainment also uploaded an apology on the 28th of May, in which it read “We apologize for the inconvenience the fans have felt due to our incompetency in responding to the fans and the members of After School. We have no excuses and wholly accept that it is our fault. We will consider all feedback in order to find a way to communicate more efficiently with the fans and establish more realistic responsive devices.”

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Pledis Entertainment Officially Apologizes to After School Fans

Pledis Entertainment Officially Apologizes to After School Fans

Pledis Entertainment Officially Apologizes to After School Fans In the midst of angry reactions from After School fans regarding what happened after the May 26 recording of MBC’s “Idol Futsal World Cup,” where the After School members left without greeting the fans that had come to cheer them on, Pledis Entertainment has issued an official apology to fans.

On May 28, Pledis said, “No matter what happened on that day, regarding both the perspective of the [After School] members and the fans, we have no excuses, and it is entirely our fault. We weren’t able to appropriately deal with the situation, and for that, we sincerely apologize.”

The agency continued, “We fully understand the grounds on which the fans are upset with us. It’s regrettable that we are doing this because of this incident, but, through continued feedback, we will look for a way to create smooth channels of communication with our fans. On this, we will create a way for fans to give us their input. We will do our best to prevent something like this from ever happening again.”

See also: After School’s Raina Makes Twitter Apology to Angry Fans

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