Ex-Super Junior member Hangeng withdraws a claim against SM Entertainment

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Mantan anggota Super Junior, Hangeng, baru-baru ini menarik klaimnya terhadap lembaga SM Entertainment.

Pada 25 September, Pengadilan Seoul membuat pengumuman bahwa mereka menerima permintaan pada 21 dari pengacara Hangeng untuk membatalkan klaim mereka melakukan pelawanan SM.

Ini adalah peristiwa terbaru dalam pertempuran hukum yang panjang antara Hangeng dan SM. Hangeng telah memprakarsai gugatan terhadap lembaga beberapa waktu lalu, mengklaim bahwa mereka menempatkan kondisi kerja normal kepadanya, yang menginspirasi penggemar untuk menyebutnya sebagai ‘budak kontrak’.

Hangeng telah menjelaskan, “Karena hukuman tidak masuk akal yang akan timbul jika saya melanggar aturan kontrak, saya dipaksa untuk mempertahankan jadwal yang diberikan kepada saya.” Ia melanjutkan, “SM Entertainment memiliki keuntungan penuh atas kontrak, yang meminta 13 tahun pelayanan. “

Setelah menyelidiki masalah ini, pengadilan mengeluarkan keputusan yang mendukung Hangeng pada tahun 2010, menyatakan, “Semua tiga kontrak – kontrak dari Januari 2003, kontrak diubah dari Februari 2007, dan kontrak berafiliasi dari Desember 2007 – tidak ada. Jadi, Hangeng itu dibebaskan dari meneruskan layanan yang tercantum pada kontrak.

Pada saat ini, SM telah menyatakan bahwa mereka menolak untuk menerima penilaian ini, dan segera akan mengajukan banding. Tampaknya Hangeng mungkin telah mengajukan semacam countersuit terhadap banding SM, tapi menarik untuk alasan yang tidak diketahui. Rincian belum sepenuhnya terungkap, sehingga menantikan untuk update lebih lanjut.


Former Super Junior member, Hangeng, recently withdrew his claim against agency SM Entertainment.

On September 25th, the Seoul Court made an announcement that they received a request on the 21st from Hangeng’s attorney to cancel a claim they made against SM.

This is the latest event in the long legal battle between Hangeng and SM. Hangeng had initiated the lawsuit against the agency a while back, claiming that they placed abnormal working conditions upon him, which inspired fans to call it a ‘slave contract’.

Hangeng had explained, “Due to the unreasonable penalties that would arise if I broke the rules of the contract, I was forced to maintain the schedules given to me.”  He continued, “SM Entertainment had complete advantage over the contract, which asked for 13 years of service.”

After investigating the matter, the court released a judgment in favor of Hangeng in 2010, stating, All three contracts – from the January 2003 contract, the altered contract from February 2007, and the affiliated contract from December 2007 – do not exist. Thus, Hangeng was waived from continuing the stated services on his contract.

At this time, SM had stated that they refused to accept this judgment, and would immediately appeal. It seems that Hangeng may have filed some sort of countersuit against SM’s appeal, but withdrew it for reasons unknown. Details have yet to be fully revealed, so stay tuned for further updates.

Source + Photos.  allkpop

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