Tasty Files Lawsuit Against SM C&C To Nullify Contract

By Christine Han | September 15, 2015 12:27 AM EDT


Yet another conflict has risen between an artist and their management. 

Dae Ryong and So Ryong, also known as the Chinese twins, "Tasty," are going through troubles with their managing company, SM C&C. 

On September 14, Woolim Entertainment stated SM Entertainment's subsidiary company, SM C&C has been sued to nullify and void Tasty's contract. The lawsuit was filed in the Seoul Central Court by the twins.

"We're going to fight back. We're preparing a counter suit," said a representative of Woolim.

After last July, Tasty suddenly stopped performing in the public eye. Since then, they haven't worked or promoted in Korea.

Debuting with their single, "Spectrum" in 2012, Tasty had done quite well in the charts and followed with an album called "Addiction."   

Tagged :  Tasty, SM Entertainment, sm c&c, woolim entertainment


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