Powerful female vocal duo, Davichi will no longer be in the same entertainment agency as girl group T-Ara.
On October 8, it’s been revealed that Davichi will not renew their contract with Core Contents Media, which will expire at the end of October. They plan to open a new entertainment company with their current manager who has been with them for a very long time.
Davichi has made their debut in 2008 and will part ways with Core Contents Media CEO Kim Kwang Soo, whom many have targeted as the reason T-Ara and Hwayoung scandal blew up to the extent it did. Hong Jin Young, a trot singer most known for her hit song “Love is Battery,” wants to leave the company and is planning to join Davichi in the new agency.
A representative of Davichi shared with reporters, “Davichi and Hong Jin Young has decided to leave their current company after their contract ends. This has nothing to do with the latest T-Ara scandal.”
Davichi has made a lot of hit songs since their debut with songs from “I Love You Even If You’re Mean,” “8282,” “Love And War,” “Stop Time,” “Let’s Say Goodbye.”
In other news, the two members have been keeping themselves busy. Lee Hae Ri took part in musicals like “Mozart” and “Heaven’s Tears” while Kang Min Kyung expanded into acting with her roles in “Please Laugh, Mom” and “Vampire Idol.”
Soompiers, what should T-Ara do when their contract expires? Should they follow in the footsteps of their sunbaes or continue with Core Contents Media?