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Jeon Ji Hyun, Seo Ji Hye, Kim So Hyun, and Yoon Ji On transfer to agency Leeum Hashtag after leaving Culture Depot 

Actors Jeon Ji Hyun, Seo Ji Hye, Kim So Hyun, and Yoon Ji On are now under a new agency together. 

On August 10th, the management company Leeum Hashtag released an official position, saying, “We have completed the signing of exclusive contracts with actors Jeon Ji Hyun, Seo Ji Hye, Kim So Hyun, and Yoon Ji On.”

Jeon Ji Hyun, Seo Ji Hye, Kim So Hyun, and Yoon Ji On have officially joined Leeum Hashtag. Leeum Hashtag is an entertainment company established by Kim Seon Jeong, former CEO of Culture Depot that used to house these actors. Therefore, they reportedly decided to move to Leeum Hashtag based on the trust they had built over a long period of time with CEO Kim.

In particular, Jeon Ji Hyun’s transfer drew the most attention as she stayed at Culture Depot for the longest time, for 10 years from 2012. The industry is paying attention to what kind of new works she will take under the management of Leeum Hashtag. 

In addition, Seo Ji Hye, who is appearing in tvN’s ongoing drama “Adamas” and receiving much love, Kim So Hyun, who made headlines with KBS 2TV’s “River Where the Moon Rises” and Netflix’s “Love Alarm Season 2” last year, and Yoon Ji On who gained attention for starring in MBC’s “Tomorrow” and JTBC’s “Be Melodramatic”, also signed exclusive contracts with Leeum Hashtag and showed off their loyalty with CEO Kim Seon Jeong.

In response, Leeum Hashtag said, “CEO Kim Seon Jeong, who has been with these actors for a long time, will continue to accompany and support them with trust. We will do our best to communicate more widely with the public.”

From the very beginning, Leeum Hashtag has built a solid lineup of actors with Jun Ji Hyun, Seo Ji Hye, Kim So Hyun, and Yoon Ji On, raising expectations for the company’s future activities. 

Source: wikitree

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