"It's so ridiculous that the actual situation we've experienced were distorted with stories. We didn't deal with them directly and just waited. If I were to say it clearly, they wouldn't have done it if they weren't singers, I don't think they want to go back [at being singers]. This is just how much they were affected emotionally by this. 

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1. Then why create a fuss over singing up for trademarks?

2. Then don't do it ? ㅋㅋㅋ

3. Isn't it rather because they can't be singers anymore? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

4. Just don't be singers then 

5. Then I'll be singers for them... 

6. So why did they sign up for trademark???

7. Ah then just continue being commoners ㅎㅎ

8. ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ While signing up for trademark? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

9. If they come out, nobody would even recognize them anyways ㅋㅋㅋ

10. Then live as commoners


[..]They also said that the first quarter settlement was strange. Even if the amount is small, the digital [music] revenue should be displayed [to them], but it was not displayed at all, and the place where the actual digital revenue was received was "B entertainment" owned by the CEO of Attrakt. The lawyer pointed out the problem, saying, "Fifty Fifty music album profits are being offset for the debts of other companies, not their (Fifty Fifty's) own, but gaave us no explanation."

They continued, "For the 8 billion investment, we had no choice but to inquire. I think we need to know how much was spent for Fifty Fifty. How much money was spent on us, so we can clearly say whether they paid back or not'".

Regarding this, Jeon Jonghan, head of content team at Attrakt, said, "The investment amount is 8 billion, including direct costs of 3 billion, indirect costs of 3.3 billion, and new investments of 1.6 billion. The money that the members owe are only in proportions to the direct costs." "We believe that the 3rd party has spread misinformation over how much money the members owe."

Anexpert calculated Fifty Fifty's expected digital revenue. As a result, the expected music revenue in the US market was between 5.5 and 6.5 billion. The 3 billion won in direct expenses claimed by the agency should have been already paid off.

On August 9, the production team of 'I Want To Know' was able to have a private meeting with the members' families. The family of Fifty Fifty member A said, "(CEO Jeon) is like an object of horror. All of our kids felt that way . Our young children have to live with this agency for another 7 years, and I don't think they can stand it." .

Member B's family also said, "What we're being told is to "come back" and all the media has been spreading around. This is why we got even more scared."

Member C's family has also contacted 'I Want To Know'. Member C's family said, "Payment is incidental. One day, C was having a hard time and ran out of the agency. She had a few panic attacks and fainted at the hospital and woke up on a respirator. There are CCTVs in their company and they're also observed in their dorms, it was so bad. They never provded a proper meal and if the family delivered side dishes for them, [the company] threw it out in the living room and made severe insults to the members to pick it up and throw it away. It's not about money. If I were to put it clearly, they wouldn't have done this if they weren't singers. They don't want to go back."

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1. I seriously don't want to see them tsk tsk 

2. Then don't be idols anymore if it's that hard

3. ㅋㅋㅋㅋ No but if this is the issue for them, why become idols in the first place? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

4. No but they even have CCTVs in SBS too? (t/n: meaning where the family shot I Want To Know episode)ㅋㅋThe fact that they didn't find it problematic when the I Want To Know team was interviewing them but now find it problematic over othe circumstances is dumbfounding 

5. If you're going to talk, at least be consistent ...ㅋ

6. If we talk about abuse, everyone from A to Z were the ones who have made it thoughㅎㅎ

7. I f*cking hate these members

8. I find idols who backstab so dislikable 

9. Where are their proofs?

10. I'm not buying this 

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