EXO’s Kris Considering Signing with Hangeng’s Agency?


According to Korean media outlet Sports World, they recently received a report that Kris (EXO) has met with Yuehua Entertainment, the agency currently representing former Super Junior member Hangeng.

On this, Yuehua Entertainment said, “Kris’ mother did come to our agency and consult us about Kris’ future.” However, Yuehua carefully said that as Kris is in the beginning stages of the lawsuit with SM Entertainment, nothing has been decided yet.

Considering Kris’ legal representative is the same firm that won the suit for Hangeng years ago, it is possible that if Kris wins, he will follow the same path and begin activities with Yuehua in China. Yuehua Entertainment is a large Chinese agency, working as a record label, management agency, and a film and drama production company. The company has a close relationship with the Korean agencies Pledis and YG Entertainment.

With Yuehua, Hangeng has grown into a top star in China. His first solo album, “Geng Xin,” sold over one million copies, and he has starred in various movies, as well. Moreover, he was cast in the upcoming Hollywood blockbuster “Transformers 4.”


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