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Soyu and Dasom Renew with Starship, Bora and Hyorin Leave

By Ciera Starlight | June 13, 2017 10:03 AM EDT

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Former SISTAR member Bora has signed with Hook Entertainment home of Lee Seung Gi, as an actress and entertainer. Following this news, Starship Entertainment has released an official statement stating that Dasom and Soyu has renewed their contracts with Starship.

The company issued an official press release stating,

“SISTAR members Soyou and Dasom have both renewed their contracts with their original company, Starship Entertainment.” “We are so happy to continue our relationship with Soyou and Dasom, which we have built together on trust accumulated over the years. We plan to give Soyou and Dasom our full support so that they may continue to grow and flourish.”

Hook Entertainment has done a good job promoting Lee Seung Gi in multiple areas of entertainment, therefore, it is certain that they will do the same for Bora.

Everyone’s eyes are now on what Hyolyn’s next steps are, as her contract has expired and she has left Starship Entertainment. We hope that she signs with the company that best suits her needs. 

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Tagged :  SISTAR, Bora, Hyorin, Hyolyn, kpop, Starship Entertainment, Hook Entertainment, Soyu, Dasom

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