Park Bo Gum Ends Contract with Blossom Entertainment
South Korean actor Park Bo Gum has decided to not renew his contract with Blossom Entertainment.
On December 22, Blossom Entertainment issued an official statement, “After a long discussion with Park Bo Gum, we agreed to end our partnership. We decided to respect the decision of Park Bo Gum, who has been with the company for a very long time, and to support each other’s future endeavors.”
The agency continued, “We also like to express our gratitude for Park Bo Gum for believing in our company and for being with us for a long time. We would like to thank fans who love Park Bo Gum without reservation and we hope that they will continue to love and support Park Bo Gum in the future.”
The actor was signed to the agency in 2012 and has since appeared in hit dramas such as Wonderful Mama, Hello Monster, Reply 1988, Love in the Moonlight and Record of Youth. In February of this year, Park Bo Gum completed his mandatory enlistment and later appeared as the host for the 58th Baeksang Art Awards and 2022 MAMA Awards.
Looking ahead, Park Bo Gum is reportedly in discussion to star in a new drama and will be working with director Kim Won Seok who previously helmed My Mister and screenwriter Im Sang Choo who previously penned When the Camellia Blooms.
Source: Korea Daily Star
This article is written by Sammi for JayneStars.com.
Song left and is doing well moving forward… I hope we will see Park Bo Gum getting really interesting roles…he is a good actor but the recents dramas he had starred in is just boring… I love a few of his early productions… especially the creepy double face killer…
Park Bo Gum is not just good looks… he is beyond that.
Yes, Park Bo Gum is a decent actor and he is quite good looking. Good combo, instead of just looks and no talent. Looks like he parted ways amicably with his management company, at least on the surface. Just wish a certain young man would fire his agent. Then again, when you are shagging your married, old Private agent, that is a sticky, delicate situation.
I wish Park Go Bum continued success in the future.
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