TREI Members Share Thoughts After Terminating Contracts With Banana Culture Entertainment
Just over a year since their debut in February 2019, boy group TREI has left Banana Culture Entertainment. June 18, the group’s three members revealed that they’ve terminated their contracts with Banana Culture Entertainment and shared their thoughts with fans. Although the group didn’t explicitly state that they have disbanded, their messages suggest that they will be going their separate ways.
Lee Jae Jun, the leader of the group, said through his Instagram, “Hello, this is Lee Jae Jun. Recently, we decided to terminate our contracts with Banana Culture, with whom we’ve worked for a long time. I sincerely apologize to those that were waiting for good news. I’m somewhat at a loss, but I’m going to work hard again. Thank you for loving TREI. Once again, I’m sorry.”
Kim Jun Tae said, “Hello, this is Kim Jun Tae. After amiable discussions with Banana Culture Entertainment, we decided to terminate our contracts. We were so happy to have received so much love as TREI. I’m going to work hard so that I can improve and return quickly. I’m sorry to everyone who waited for us.”
Chae Chang Hyun said, “Hello, this is Chang Hyun. After amiable discussions with Banana Culture, we decided to terminate our contracts. I’ll return with good music, so I ask for your support and interest in my new beginning. Thank you!”
TREI debuted in February 2019 with the title track “Gravity.”