Song Eun-i exits FNC Entertainment

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Song Eun-i exits FNC Entertainment

Popular comedian and entertainer Song Eun-i ended her contract with her former agency FNC Entertainment, the company announced on Monday.

“Song has ended her exclusive contract with our agency,” the company reported. “She was with us for seven years and was one of our very first comedians. [Although she leaves us] we will always encourage her to follow her dreams.”

Song also uploaded a post on her Instagram account thanking the agency. “I will always be grateful to the FNC Entertainment for their support,” she wrote. “I leave the agency now for a new challenge but thank you for supporting and cheering me on.”

Song will be focusing on running her own content production company Contents Lab VIVO, which has produced entertainment programming for television, including KBS2’s “Kim Saeng-min’s Receipt” (2017), Olive’s “Food Bless You” (2018) and JTBC2’s “I’m a CEO 2” (2018).

By Lee Jae-rim

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