The representative of Hook Entertainment issued an official apology statement regarding Lee Seung Gi’s legal issues.
Earlier this month, Lee Seung Gi sent a proof of content to his agency Hook Entertainment, requesting transparency in payment. Recently, the National Police Agency’s Serious Crimes Investigation Division seized and searched the office building on suspicion of embezzlement by some executives. On November 21, Dispatch published a report claiming that Lee Seung Gi received no revenue from his music and that his five-year statement from 2004 to 2009 was missing. Released. Hook Entertainment CEO Kwon Jin-young briefly replied that they were in the process of confirming the facts. He confirmed that he had been insulted and threatened when he requested details of
Hook Entertainment CEO Kwon Jin Young sent an email to the media on November 30, stating that he would take full responsibility for the controversy surrounding Lee Seung Gi’s unpaid music revenue and that he would dispose of his personal belongings to fulfill his responsibility.
Please read the full statement below.
I’m Kwon Jin Young, CEO of Hook Entertainment.
I have worked as a manager for 25 years. There have been a lot of things, but it seems like it’s the first time I’ve ever had such a hard and difficult thing.
I believe that quarrels and misunderstandings should come with responsibility at the beginning and end. I don’t want to do any harm to Hook Entertainment and celebrities, the company I spent 25 years building. Once again, I bow my head and apologize.
Also, I will take full responsibility for the dispute with Lee Seung Gi, I will not shirk responsibility, and I will not dispose of my personal belongings to fulfill my responsibility.
I apologize to the Hook Entertainment staff who have been living in hell due to this sudden event, and to everyone who has learned about this news.
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