N.Sonic leader J-Heart speaks out following the group’s lawsuit against their management label C2K Entertainment.
Before his mandatory military service, J-Heart took to his Instagram account and writes:
Hello, this is J-Heart.
First of all, I would like to apologize to our fans for worrying you with the disagreeable news. I am writing this because I know that our fans are suffering. It also did not feel proper for me to leave for 2 years without a word. I apologize that the anticipated fan meeting, with our domestic fans and to the fans overseas who have traveled to attend, got canceled.
I bow my head in sincere apology.
The post that I uploaded on May 23 was to express my gratitude to the fans who have been with us for the past 5 years. Watching the clip that I made to show you at the fan meeting made me tear up and lonely. Again, I sincerely thank you and sincerely apologize.
We could not explain what is happening yet. However, I am pained that this is going on in a situation where I have to leave for a while. Please show the other N.Sonic members your continued love and support until the end.
Lastly, the reason that we can begin this journey under severe circumstances and the reason why we were able to get this far is all thanks to Supersonic. Without you, we would not be where we are today.
If we said that this is the end, it would be the end. However, if we say that it is a new beginning, I believe that it will become a new beginning.
Thank you for being with us. We love you.