Yang Hyun-suk, the chief producer of YG Entertainment, has found a potential way out of the long-standing trial over alleged threats of retaliation. During the fourth appellate trial, Han Seo-hee, a former trainee who had previously claimed public interest reporting and coercion to change her statement, made a surprising declaration of 'no desire for punishment'.
Yang Hyun-suk, former CEO of YG Entertainment, who recently announced his return to the industry and revealed the final lineup of the new girl group, Baby Monsters, will once again be standing in court.
Yang Hyun Suk, the founder of YG Entertainment, has come under fire for delaying the selection of the final member for the company's new girl group. Social media users have been vocal about their concerns and frustration with the prolonged process, questioning YG's ability to manage new talent. This article examines the current situation and explores the survival show selection process, netizens' reactions, and the potential lineup for the new girl group.
Prosecutors have appealed the not guilty verdict for Yang Hyun-suk, former executive producer of YG Entertainment, and added a charge of coercing a meeting. Yang and his defense team argued that Han Seo-hee, who claimed to be threatened by Yang, was someone he met at an entertainment venue in the past and thought they could meet comfortably.
Following the former BIGBANG Seungri's trial proceedings, prosecution charges on Yang Hyun Suk's Gambling Charges had him fined for a total of 10 million won on the grounds of positive gambling allegations.