BTOB's Yook Sung-jae signs with iWill Media after leaving Cube Entertainment

Yook Sung-jae of BTOB [NEWS1]

BTOB's Yook Sung-jae signed an exclusive contract with production company iWill Media, it said Friday.

Yook's contract with his former agency, Cube Entertainment, ended in November.

"We will provide Yook with our full support to actively pursue his career," the agency said in a press release. "We will also fully support Yook's activities as a member of BTOB."

iWill Media is a production company best known for shows such as "May I Help You?" (2022), "Gold Mask" (2022) and "Moon in the Day."

I Will Media is a media production company which were behind the production of TV series such as MBC's "May I Help You?" (2022), KBS' "Gold Mask" (2022), and ENA's TV series "Moon in the Day."

Yook debuted as a member of the boy band in 2012. The band is best known for "Missing You" (2017), "Only One for Me" (2018) and "Beautiful Pain" (2018). Yook started his acting career with "Reply 1994" (2013), playing a supporting role. He later appeared in shows "Guardian: The Lonely and Great God" (2016) and "The Golden Spoon" (2022).

All of BTOB's members left their former agency in November after they decided not to renew their contracts with Cube Entertainment, ending the 11-year relationship between the band and the agency.

BTOB's Lee Chang-sub signed an exclusive contract with Fantagio on Nov. 22. The band's other four members — Seo Eun-kwang, Lee Min-hyuk, Lim Hyun-sik and Peniel — have signed exclusive contracts with an unnamed, newly established agency early this week.

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