Actress Seo Yea Ji is concluding her journey with the Gold Medalist agency.

As of November 30, Seo Yea Ji's exclusive contract with Gold Medalist has come to an end. After in-depth discussions as the contract neared its expiration, both parties decided against a renewal.

This departure marks about four years since Seo Yea Ji joined Gold Medalist. She has been with the agency since its establishment in January 2020. Following thorough discussions, both Seo Yea Ji and Gold Medalist chose to part ways amicably.

Seo Yea Ji faced numerous challenges in April of the following year, including accusations of gaslighting her ex-boyfriend Kim Jung Hyun, school violence, and academic credential falsification. However, in December of that year, Gold Medalist showed its deep trust in her by renewing their contract. Seo Yea Ji continued her acting career, starring in tvN's drama "Eve" which concluded in July last year.

Since "Eve," there has been no news of her next project. With her departure from Gold Medalist now official, there is growing interest in what Seo Ye Ji's next move will be.

Seo Yea Ji debuted in 2013 with the tvN sitcom "Potato Star 2013QR3" and quickly gained attention for her exceptional acting skills and beauty. She has since starred in a variety of works, including dramas "The Night Watchman's Journal" (2014), "Super Daddy Yeol" (2015), "Last" (2015), "Moorim School" (2016), "Hwarang" (2016-2017), "Save Me" (2017), "Lawless Lawyer" (2018), "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" (2021), and films such as "The Throne" (2015), "Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River" (2016), "Another Way" (2017), "Meet the Memories" (2018), "Warning: Do Not Play" (2019), "Quantum Physics" (2019), and "Recalled" (2021).

Gold Medalist is a comprehensive entertainment company engaged in management and content production. The agency co-produced dramas "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" and "One Day." It represents actors like Kim Soo Hyun, Choi Hyun Wook, Seol In Ah, Kim Su Gyeom, Lee Chae Min, and Kim Si Eun.