Actor Kim Soo Hyun has reportedly decided to leave KeyEast following the expiration of his exclusive contract later this month.
According to an exclusive report from Sports Chosun, Kim Soo Hyun’s contract with KeyEast will expire at the end of December. However, he has already decided not to renew his contract, and instead go on his own path with a one-man agency. Kim Soo Hyun is set to leave KeyEast after 12 successful years with them, and he will begin his one-man agency path starting with his upcoming drama I’m A Psycho But That’s Okay.
Kim Soo Hyun’s one-man agency will be set up along side his older male cousin, Lee Sa Rang, who was also the director of the movie Real. The two have also showed off their close friendship with Kim Soo Hyun and Lee Sa Rang even reportedly living together in an apartment in Seongsu-dong.
Kim Soo Hyun was recently discharged from the military and has held several promotional events for his Chinese commercials, but his upcoming drama I’m A Psycho But That’s Okay will be his first drama since KBS‘s The Producers in 2015.