6 Other Super Junior Members Filed Lawsuit Against SM Entertainment Too?

6 Other Super Junior Members Filed Lawsuit Against SM Entertainment Too?

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[Sina Entertainment News] The day before, Hangeng, the only Chinese member of Asia’s super popular group, Super Junior, filed for termination of his exclusive contract with SM Entertainment.

According to the latest news from Korea, Hangeng is not the only one who filed the lawsuit. Other Super Junior members have also filed a similar lawsuit, and they include: Lee Teuk, Yesung, Kangin, Eun Hyuk and Donghae. The only reason why news about Hangeng was found out first, is because of his nationality.

According to the lawsuit, Hangeng has not had any
rest in 2 years, causing him to suffer from fatigue, which also
resulted in chronic gastritis, illnesses related to his kidney, lumbar
disc herniation, as well as a visible decrease in body strength.

However, SM Entertainment rejected Hangeng’s requests for rest, and continued to schedule activities for him, which caused Hangeng to suffer a lot of pain.

According to the contents of the lawsuit, since the time of his
debut, Hangeng didn’t even have one day of rest per week. For 2 years,
Hangeng has continuously done his overseas schedules as well, and had
no choice but to continue with his schedules without any rest. In his
contract with SM, there are clauses stating that he has to pay the
company monetary damages should he be unable to fulfill the schedules
arranged for him. Thus, even when he was in poor health, he had no
choice but to follow through with his schedules.

Once the news broke out, many fans have expressed the wish for SM
and the members to be able to make peace, and make changes to their
contracts, as well as expressed hope that Super Junior will not face
the threat of disbanding.

There has been no news coverage from Korean news media yet

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