Earlier today, Tasty uploaded screen captures as evidence that they had tried to contact Woollim Entertainment in contrast to the claims the agency made saying Tasty just left Korea and cut ties without any notice.
In the screen captures provided, you can see Tasty calling the CEO of Woollim through Kakao voice talk, as well as evidence of conversations between Tasty and someone at the company not specifically named. Tasty explained, along with the images, that they had returned (to China) on June 3, contacted the CEO on June 6, and that on July 21 (which is the day they announced their Chinese single release), they had also contacted Woollim first. *The tweets have since been deleted.
In response to this, Woollim Entertainment first stated that they were looking into it, and now they have released an official statement.
Woollim explained that Tasty left for China without any notice on June 3 and only two days later contacted the CEO to tell him unilaterally that they wanted to cancel their contract. And after one month without any contact, they announced on their social media network (SNS) account that they were going to begin activities in China and release a single.
Woollim voiced their anger, continuing, “But today, they once again only used SNS to say things that make them look like they continuously tried to contact us.”
Woollim concluded with the firm statement that what Tasty is doing- performing in China and releasing an album- is against their contract as they are still under an exclusive contract with the agency.”
Woollim asked for Tasty to talk to them directly, not just through phone networks and SNS.