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K-pop girl group GWSN have won their first trial to terminate their exclusive contracts with management company The Wave Music. Representatives from the agency have not responded to the lawsuit or the ruling at the time of publication. In their lawsuit against the agency, GWSN alleged that The Wave Music had neglected the group since 2021. The seven-member group claimed that they had been evicted from their accommodation after the agency failed to pay rent from February 2022.

The lawsuit also claims that The Wave Music failed to renew the visas of members Miya and Soso, who are from Japan and Taiwan respectively, which led to both members being penalized with fines and criminal records for overstaying their visas. “[The Wave Music] has neglected care for [the members] since the last album promotion in June 2021, making it impossible for [them] to continue working in the entertainment business,” GWSN’s lawsuit reads.


– Excerpt from an article for NME by Angela Patricia Suacillo. Read the full article here.


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