K-pop girl group Lovelyz disband, the latest ‘third generation’ act to split in 2021 because of seven-year limit on initial contracts under South Korean law

//K-pop girl group Lovelyz disband, the latest ‘third generation’ act to split in 2021 because of seven-year limit on initial contracts under South Korean law

K-pop girl group Lovelyz disband, the latest ‘third generation’ act to split in 2021 because of seven-year limit on initial contracts under South Korean law

K-pop girl group Lovelyz announced their disbandment on Monday.The eight-member group have been active since 2014, and over the years have gained popularity for their sweet vocals and girlish charms, with hits like 2015’s Ahh-Choo and 2016’s Destiny.The act released their seventh EP, Unforgettable, in September 2020.All but one member, Baby Soul (Lee Soo-jung), will part ways with their management company, Woollim Entertainment.The band’s contract expires on November 16, the day before the…

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