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Sohee Signs Exclusive Contract with Keyeast

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2015.09.30 10:21 Mwave Jeon Su Mi

An So Hee will make a fresh start at Keyeast.

Keyeast revealed on September 30 that An So Hee signed an exclusive contract with the agency. Although An So Hee received numerous love calls when news spread that she was a free agent, she chose Keyeast for its efficient and stable management system to spur her acting career.

Sohee Signs Exclusive Contract with Keyeast

An So Hee made her debut as a Wonder Girls member in 2007 before transitioning into an actress through Hellcats, I Like It Hot, The Last Godfather and special drama Happy! Rose Day as well as tvN′s Heart to Heart

An So Hee has positioned herself as an actress with a differentiated brand value through her own distinct color. Her star quality and popular appeal are a given, while she gives off an unrivaled presence through her unique sensibility in fashion, beauty and various fields. As this isn′t an image that can be easily attained, her potential is highly valued and is the reason why she′s a hot topic.

Director of Keyeast Yang Geun Hwan stated, "The possibilities for An So Hee′s development as an actress are enormous, and she′s an actor with infinite inherent potential. There′s a lot she still hasn′t shown to the public through her activities thus far, and we will provide a platform for her to take off as a representative actress for 20-somethings by bringing out her talents the best we can as well as give her the support she needs to display her various sides."

Meanwhile, An So Hee is awaiting the release of film Busan Bound, which recently wrapped filming. Keyeast currently houses Bae Yong Joon, Son Hyun Joo, Kim Soo Hyung, Uhm Jung Hwa, Uhm Tae Woong, Lim Soo Jung, Joo Ji Hoon, Jung Ryu Won, Han Ye Seul Park Seo Jun and more.

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