CLC members Seungyeon and Yeeun have formally departed from longtime label CUBE Entertainment.
CUBE Entertainment launched a press release to social media as we speak (March 18) saying the departure of the 2 CLC singers, following the conclusion of each their contracts with the corporate. Nonetheless, the company didn’t contact on whether or not the pair stay a part of the Ok-pop lady group.
“We wish to inform you that the unique contracts with artists Jang Seung-yeon and Jang Ye-eun have expired,” wrote the corporate in its temporary announcement. “We lengthen our sincerest gratitude to Jang Seung-yeon and Jang Ye-eun for staying with us for seven years since their debut.”
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— CLC·씨엘씨 (@CUBECLC) March 18, 2022
CUBE additionally expressed gratitude to followers of the group for “sending unstinting like to the 2 members”. “We want them the most effective of their future endeavours,” it concluded. Neither Seungyeon, Yeeun nor their former label have shared the circumstances or causes behind their departures from the corporate.
With this, each Seungyeon and Yeeun at the moment are the third and fourth members of CLC to leave the company, following Thai member Sorn in November 2021 and Elkie in February 2021. On the time of her departure, Sorn wrote in a put up to Instagram that she and the corporate had “mutually agreed to half methods.”
“I wish to thank everybody who has been supporting me and the whole lot I’ve executed with CLC,” she mentioned. “For the previous 10 years, I’ve learnt a lot from the entire expertise. I’ve met six fantastic ladies who’ve grow to be my second household in Korea.”
Alternatively, Hong Kong-born Elkie claimed that there was “no reason” to remain in CLC after their company had stopped offering help to the group.