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Kara’s Contract will Last Until at Least 2014

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2012.02.22 13:46 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

DSP Media made it clear that reports claiming Goo Hara’s contract is due to expire in August are not true.

DSP Media stated through an official press release sent to enews on February 22 that ‘reports on the expiration of Goo Hara’s contract with DSP Media in August are not true’.

Kara’s Contract will Last Until at Least 2014

The release continued, ‘However, the contract with Universal Music, Kara’s Japanese album label, was signed on August 2010, and is set to expire in August 2012. DSP Media and Universal Music, however, are holding positive discussions about renewing the contract.’

‘About the contracts, all the members of Kara have at least two years left in their contracts with DSP Media’, it finished.

The reason a large amount of attention is being paid to Kara’s contracts and its future is because the group previously met a disbandment crisis before. The group overcame after deciding that it would be better to stay together as it rose to hallyu star fame, but the members’ contracts with DSP Media were still under scrutiny because they were rumored to expire this year.

As DSP Media has revealed that the members have at least two years left in their contracts, it seems Kara will definitely be working with its current agency for a while longer.

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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