N.Sonic has not been showing up for their scheduled events and their company seeks legal action.
According to an insider, the group returned to Korea on May 9 after their concerts in Japan. However, since their return, the N.Sonic members have cut off their communication with their agency C2K Entertainment and have not showed up in their scheduled events last week.
Their agency tried to get in touch with the members of the group but didn’t get any response. As a result, the agency ended up cancelling all of their events.
On May 23, C2K Entertainment reveals, “We give a humble apology to all the fans who have supported N.Sonic and those who have helped them. We are still attempting to get in touch with the members. However, they are not responding. We are considering to have legal action after we figure out the situation.”
The agency also reveals that the members have sought an attorney unilaterally in order to find a way to terminate their seven-year exclusive contract. C2K Entertainment has also revealed that the N.Sonic members have sent their agency a request for contract termination through their attorney.
Meanwhile, the group N.Sonic made their debut in 2011 with their EP “We Are SuperBoys” and their debut track “Super Boy.” The group is made up of members J.Heart, Jong Wook, Eun Ho, Choi Byeol and Black J.
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