Son Na-eun to leave Apink ahead of the group’s 11th debut anniversary 

Apink and Son Naeun will be on their own paths.

Apink member and actress Son Na-eun eventually leaves the group. The news of the sudden withdrawal is considered unusual as she initially declared that she would continue team activities despite moving to another agency.

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According to a report by “The Fact” on April 8th, Son Na-eun decided to leave the group ahead of the 11th anniversary of Apink’s debut. An entertainment official A hinted, “Son Na-eun decided that she could no longer do Apink activities at the same time due to her schedule.”

Apink and Son Na-eun recently agreed to end Son Na-eun’s group activities after discussions between the members and both companies.

Apink has gone their separate ways, but they are determined to support each other’s future.


Apink, which debuted in 2011, has received a lot of love with the songs “Mr. Chu,” “NoNoNoNo,” and “I’m So Sick.” Apink celebrated its 10th anniversary last year and became a long-lived girl group as Park Cho-rong, Yoon Bo-mi, Jung Eun-ji, Kim Nam-joo, and Oh Ha-young renewed their contracts with their current agency IST Entertainment.

However, Son Na-eun had a new start at YG Entertainment as an actress. At that time, Son Na-eun participated in the group’s year-end fan meeting, expressing that she would maintain her team activities as a member of Apink.

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However, she was unable to participate in the 10th anniversary album “HORN” released in February. YG Entertainment explained, “Son Na-eun will not be able to participate in activities except for the album cover and music video shooting of the special album due to the lack of time as her next film is under discussion.”

Son Na-eun also said on her SNS, “It’s a pity that I can’t be with you during this activity, but please show a lot of love for the album that I worked hard on and support the members a lot.”


And within two months, Son Na-eun eventually withdrew from Apink. Apink is scheduled to release a fan song to celebrate its 11th anniversary on April 19th.

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