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Park Bo Gum is parting ways with his longtime agency, Blossom Entertainment: Here’s why

December 22, 2022

Park Bo Gum has parted ways with his agency, Blossom Entertainment. The actor’s contract with the company has expired and he has reportedly decided not to renew it.

Park Bo Gum will no longer be signing with Blossom Entertainment. So what’s next for the K-Drama star?

According to AllKpop the 29-year-old star and the company have already agreed what they will do with their contract.

The Record of Youth star started his career in 2011 at SidusHQ. He then moved to Blossom, who oversaw his career for a long time.

After almost a decade he will leave the company.

It’s true that [sein] Contract is coming to an end, Blossom CEO Joo Bang Ok confirmed in a statement. We are grateful to Park Bo Gum who worked with us for a very long time. We will always support him.

So far, the encounter star is still waiting for the release of his new film Wonderland. Directed by Kim Tae Yong, the film will be set in a simulated universe where people can be reunited with loved ones who they cannot interact with in reality.

Park Bo Gum will star alongside Suzy. The two were reportedly in talks to play the role of a young couple who can’t talk to each other in real life after the actor slipped into a coma.

Joining her will be Jung Yu Mi and Choi Woo Shik, who are said to be in talks to play the role of those who control events in the simulated universe called Wonderland.

Also, Gong Yoo could also star in the movie, giving it even more stardom. He will reportedly play the role of a man in his 40s who misses his late wife.

Therefore, for the sake of his child, in the film he will ask those who control Wonderland to create a simulation of his wife, who will likely be played by Chinese actress Tang Wei.

A source from Gong Yoo’s agency, Management SOOP, confirmed that the actor has received a casting offer for Wonderland and is currently reviewing it. It is not yet known when the film will hit the cinemas.

Meanwhile, Park Bo Gum recently graced the cover of the January issue of Harper’s Bazaar. The Reply 1988 star sported a dramatic transformation, showing off her funky side – quite unlike her clean and formal look – and wearing CELINE outfits after becoming an ambassador for the brand after attending the Spring/Summer 2023 runway show in Paris would.