After rough break up, JYJ and Lee Soo Man may be seeing each other in an official setting.
On October 2, Congressman Min Byung Du of the Democratic Party requested to the National Policy Committee that SM Entertainment’s Lee Soo Man and JYJ be called in as a witness and testifier respectively in an administrative inspection. The reason behind the requests is to improve relationships in the entertainment industry.
Back in July, the Fair Trade Commission ordered SM Entertainment and the Korea Pop Culture and Arts Industry Coalition to stop interfering with business activities of JYJ, preventing the group from such activities as broadcast appearances. [see JYJ3’s post here]
“A large entertainment company was trying to reign over broadcast stations and singers with its influence,” stated Congressman Min Byung Du. “The purpose of the inspection is to raise up the need for an economic democratization in familiar areas such as entertainment.”
C-JeS Entertainment stated that it has not yet received an official request for appearance.
If the two parties meet, it will be the first time since the 2009 lawsuit.
The National Policy Committee will make its decision on October 4.
[NEWS] Congressman Asks JYJ Members To Join SM Entertainment Founder Lee Soo Man, KFPCAI Chairman Yang Yi Sik Onstage via KpopStarz
[NEWS] JYJ and SM Entertianment’s Lee Soo Man to meet for the first time in four years? via Allkpop