With the lawsuit between DSP Media and KARA’s Seungyeon, Nicole, and Jiyoung unresolved, the trio has revealed that they will still be taking part in the group’s next Japanese single.
The trio weren’t present for the first recording session on April 14th, however, they did confirm that they would participate after a compromise has been reached.
On the 15th, a representative of the three KARA girls trio spoke with OSEN and revealed, “The reason the girls did not go to the recording on the 14th was because they wanted to resolve the outstanding issues before they begin, which is why we postponed the date to the 26th. They did not mean that they would not be taking part in the recording session at all.”
He continued, “On the 14th, we sent a document of agreement and are still waiting for a response. We feel like a decision will be made within the next week. Overall, a lot of the differences in opinions between both parties are being worked out, with only one or two matters left to discuss. We’re all hoping that this will go well.”
The representative concluded, “Should this work out, we will cancel the lawsuit and the girls will return to DSP Media to work on their next Japanese album for June, in addition to other Korean schedules. The compromise is taking a considerable amount of time, which is quite frustrating, but we hope that everything goes well.”
Source: OSEN via Nate
Cr: All Kpop
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