Actor and singer Do Kyung-soo (TV) will break up with his management company SM Entertainment.
According to the Dong-A Ilbo’s report on the 13th, Do Kyung-soo recently discussed re-signing with SM Entertainment, but agreed not to join. As a result, Do Kyung-soo will be separated from SM.
“Exo members, excluding Do Kyung-soo, recently agreed to re-sign all of them. However, he decided not to join the team, although he thought about whether to sign the contract or not
In the end, he is preparing to show his willingness to leave the company, as he has decided to break up with SM.
Do Kyeong-soo made his debut in the K-pop industry on April 8, 2012, and will end his seven-year contract set by the standard contract in April this year.
In the drama “It’s OK, It’s Love,” which aired in 2014, she made her debut as an actor as a high school student, Han Kang-woo, who dreams of becoming a novelist. Since then, he has been a leading actor in films “Cart” (2014), “Soonjeong” (2016), “Hyeong” (2016), and “Shinnae” (1, 2nd and 2017).
In “Swinkies,” which was released in December last year, Do Kyung-soo broke down to play the role of Roger. He has led the team to positive reviews by completing the role with effort from shaved heads to North Korean words and tap dance. In particular, the TV drama “The Nuns of Japan,” which recorded the highest ratings in the history of TVN’s monthly TV drama last year, caused a syndrome of “original interest” and gained support from all ages.
In addition, Do Kyung-soo was faithful to EXO in November last year. After releasing “Tempo” and “Love Shot,” he performed on stage for the first time in a long time and was active until the end of the year. As such, he gained support from fans by fueling his passion for promoting movies and working in groups.
Meanwhile, Do Kyeong-soo participated in the voice acting as the main character, Beul, in the animated film “Underdog,” which was released in January, and is currently considering his next film.
Lee Isul Entertainment Reporter