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Sechs Kies′ Kim Jae Duk, Former DSP Media Singer, Says He Owns Stocks in SM Ent.

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2013.03.14 21:00 Mwave Lee, KyungNam Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Former Sechs Kies member Kim Jae Duk said he owns stocks not in DSP Media, his former agency, but in SM Entertainment.

The March 13 broadcast of MBC′s Radio Star featured 1st generation idol members, continuing from last week′s episode. NRG′s Chun Myung Hoon, g.o.d.′s Danny Ahn, Sechs Kies′ Kim Jae Duk and Jang Su Won and H.O.T.′s Lee Jae Won had been invited to talk.

Sechs Kies′ Kim Jae Duk, Former DSP Media Singer, Says He Owns Stocks in SM Ent.

Lee Jae Won said, "I wasn′t really jealous of any other agencies while I was with H.O.T. I′m actually more jealous of the present day SM."

He then asked Kyuhyun whether he had bought any stocks in SM, his current agency.

When Kyuhyun answered he did have stocks, Lee Jae Won and Kim Jae Duk immediately started asking how much he had and whether the company′s future looked bright.

Lee Jae Won said he wanted to buy SM stocks but stopped after feeling he didn′t want to go that far, but Kim Jae Duk drew laughter from everyone by saying that he did purchase some.

Yoon Jong Shin then hit the nail on the head when he pointed out, "So a singer from Daesung (former name of DSP Media) owns stocks in SM."

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