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IU transfers to a new agency established by her long time manager

She will be moving with the rest of her IU team

Korean singer-actress IU signs an exclusive contract with EDAM Entertainment, a new agency established by her long-time manager for 12 years, Bae Jonghan.

IU’s former agency Kakao M reportedly also invested in EDAM Entertainment, effectively making it a subsidiary company of theirs. IU’s staff members (collectively called IU Team), will move to the new agency as well.

EDAM Entertainment also plans to carry out various activities including managing artists, planning and producing albums and concert tours.

IU had just concluded her concert tour “Love Poem” with its final show in Jakarta, Indonesia last December. She is currently preparing for her upcoming first lead movie role with “Dream”, alongside Park Seo-joon. -HallyuLife.com

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