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Star Empire Releases Official Statement on ZE:A Moon Jun Young’s Controversial Criticisms Against CEO

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2014.09.22 09:54 CJ E&M enewsWorld Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Recently at the center of controversy due to criticisms made by ZE:A’s Jun Young, Star Empire released official statement on the issue.

Through the press release released on September 22, Star Empire stated, “First of all, we would like to apologize to all the fans who love Moon Jun Young and ZE:A, for causing you to worry.”

The statement read, “Last night (September 21), Moon Jun Young and CEO Shin Joo Hak shared their sincere thoughts and resolved their misunderstandings. Through the conversation with Moon Jun Young, which continued all night long, we were able to solve all conflicts with Moon Jun Young.”

Star Empire Releases Official Statement on ZE:A Moon Jun Young’s Controversial Criticisms Against CEO

It continued, “We should have communicated with each other earlier on, but as we worked together for a long time, our lackadaisical attitude created more misunderstandings. We will show you ourselves working well with each other in the future, through this opportunity.”

Star Empire concluded, “We would like to apologize once more to all those who love ZE:A and Star Empire for causing you to worry and be anxious.”

Star Empire Releases Official Statement on ZE:A Moon Jun Young’s Controversial Criticisms Against CEO

Earlier on September 21, Moon Jun Young released a long post on Twitter, criticizing Star Empire’s CEO Shin Joo Hak, causing controversy. In the post, Moon Jun Young brought up unfair situations and conflicts that the ZE:A members have been experiencing.

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