TASTY retaliates against Woollim Entertainment and sheds light on the dispute

Twin duo TASTY has responded to Woollim Entertainment‘s recent statement regarding the group about their supposed “disappearance.”

Soon after the Korean agency released their side regarding TASTY’s sudden and one-sided decision to withdraw from their Korean activities, posted through their Weibo, the brothers took to their Twitter account this time and responded in Korean:

“??What do you mean we independently disappeared without talking? What are all the discussions we had with you CEO and all the directors??? I can’t understand this from my point of view since we have already talked to you guys and you all complied that the company will understand… how can you say now that we solely disappeared without talking…. I can’t understand.”


“What do you mean by ‘the new song has finished recording’? Who was the one independently forcing the title song to us without listening to any of the member’s opinions and threatening us that our ‘comeback will be pushed back’ if we don’t listen to you? I’m a person who gets annoyed of speaking out every little detail, but I guess the time has come to tell every single thing one by one.”


TASTY posted on July 15th that they were withdrawing from Korean activities, writing, “There are in fact many things that we are not able to come terms with our agency, so we made this decision after a long time of consideration” (Read the full post here).

Woollim Entertainment then followed up with a statement, “We were planning and preparing to release a new song hold activities at home (Korea) and abroad (China) simultaneously in mid-June. We were discussing the activities and future plans for the artists when it was confirmed they had left for China and cut off all contact with the agency” (Read full statement here).

TASTY is a Korean-Chinese duo and twin brothers who made their debut under Woollim Entertainment in 2012 with Spectrum with their last release in August 2014 with Addiction.