Finally, it is all out. We have been hearing about Park Jung Min having trouble with his agency, CNR Media, earlier this year especially after the postponement of his supposed to be intimate fanmeet here in Manila last February and thus holding his events.
I’m not surprised because the issue of profits and revenues was also the issue of my original fandom, F4 of Taiwan(minus Vic Zhou who stayed with Fulong until just last February 2012). F4 was under Angie Cai‘s Comic Ritz first and then transferred to Fulong Taiwan, which is a sister company of Comic Ritz. Angie Cai is also the owner of CNR(Korea), which PJM was the first artist that they managed. Apparently, PJM had the same slave contract as with my F4 bias, Ken Chu, which signed a 10-year contract. 😦
I’m proud that PJM is making his stand with this. I really hope everything works out fine with PJM, so he can finally transfer to another agency and have projects again. We Triple S are praying for you.
I’m reposting my article at Gokpop.
On 12th April, Naver reported that SS501’s Park Jung Min went to the Seoul Central District Court to sue his management agency, CNR, for not fulfilling his contract.
Park Jung Min revealed that CNR doesn’t pay out according to their agreements. He stated, “We have agreed on the domestic revenue payments to be 8:2 and overseas revenue payments to be 5:5, but the company, other than giving 150 million won, failed to pay benefit payments.” Translated by: @cll_slam10
Here is the full article from Naver:
SS501 Park Jung Min To Sue CNR For Not Fulfilling The Contract
Chinese Translation: 阿四 @ SS501 Baidu Bar
Eng Translation: @cll_slam10
Pls repost with credits
Idol grp SS501 member Park Jung Min stated “As the contract cannot be fulfilled as normal” applied to sue the company.
On 12 Apr, according to a personnel within the law circle stated that Park Jung Min went to Seoul Central District Court to sue his company CNR for unable to perform according to the contract.
Park Jung Min stated that “We have agreed on the domestic revenue payments to be 8:2 and for overseas revenue payment to be 5:5, but the company other than giving 150million won, they failed to pay other benefit payments.”
Another also said “Even if we want a transparent benefits accounts of the revenue, seeing there are loopholes in the revenues and also the application fees etc which they are unable to perform, is to suspend the contract.”