South Korean girl group FIFTY FIFTY filed a lawsuit against their agency, ATTRAKT, on August 17, 2023.
Allegations include mismanagement, withheld payments, a hostile work environment, and financial irregularities.
The group also filed a criminal complaint against ATTRAKT's CEO, Jeon Hong-joon, for breach of trust.
FIFTY FIFTY consists of members Keena, Saena, Sio, and Aran.
Their debut EP, 'The Fifty', was released in November 2022, followed by the successful single 'Cupid'.
K-pop industry has seen other cases of artists accusing agencies of mistreatment, raising concerns about transparency.
FIFTY FIFTY's legal action emphasizes the need for fairness, transparency, and accountability in the entertainment industry.
The group communicates with fans through handwritten letters, addressing misunderstandings and expressing emotions.
Their resilience showcases dedication to their craft and the broader rights of K-pop artists.
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