B1A4’s Baro Finds New Agency After Leaving WM Entertainment

Baro’s new agency is famous for housing some of the most renowned actors of South Korea.

It has been reported that B1A4’s Baro has decided to continue his activities with HODU&U Entertainment, an agency that specializes in managing actors.

HODU&U Entertainment houses some of the most well-known veteran actors including Kim Hye Soo, Song Kang Ho, Shin Ha Kyun and Lee Sun Gyun.

On June 29th, it was announced that the two B1A4 members Jinyoung and Baro would not be resigning with WM Entertainment, leaving the future of the idol group up in the air.

(★BREAKING) B1A4’s Jinyoung and Baro Leave WM Entertainment

Meanwhile, the other three B1A4 members, CNU, Sandeul and Gongchan, have renewed their contracts with WM Entertainment.

 

Since leaving WM Entertainment, it seems like Baro will be focusing on acting, considering the agency that he chose to sign a contract with. Baro has previously appeared on Reply 1995, God’s Gift: 14 Days, Angry Mom and many more, proving his potential as an actor.

“Cha Sunwoo has shown much potential as an actor through various films and dramas. HODU&U Entertainment plans to fully support Cha Sunwoo so that he will be able to appeal more to viewers through great films and dramas.” ㅡ HODU&U Entertainment

Netizens have been supportive of Baro’s choice and have been showing their love for the talented entertainer.

  • “I support you till the end. Cha Sunwoo fighting!!!!”
  • “I’m so happy that you met a good agency. I always believe in you and support you, so fighting!”
  • “Baro, I’m so excited to hear your news. You’re doing well, right? Congratulations on your new company. I believe that you can do it! I’ll always support you! Love you!”
  • “That’s such great news! Congratulations!”
  • “Congratulations Sunwoo, I’ll always support you! I hope all 5 members succeed!”
  • “Sunwoo, I support your decision! I’ll also continue to wait for B1A4’s Baro!”
  • “Sunwoo, I fully support you! I’m so happy you met a good agency.”
Source: Xportsnews and Naver
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