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Song Joong-ki under the same roof as Cha Tae-hyun

2013/02/03 Source

Actor Song Joong-ki and Cha Tae-hyun are family now.

Blossom Entertainment claims, Song Joong-ki who is usually good friends with Cha Tae-hyun signed a contract with Blossom.

Song Joong-ki is popular from the drama "Nice Guy" and movie "A Werewolf Boy".

Blossom Entertainment chairman Kim Jeong-yong claims, "Song's moving agencies is just a surface thing as the managers he knew when he first made his debut still work here so he's just carrying on the relationship with them. He has kept his loyalty to the managers he's worked with before".

Song Joong-ki claims, "Sidus HQ helped me become who I am today and I learned a lot from there. The time at Sidus HQ have been very precious and I am grateful to those who have been taking care of me. I am starting off 2013 with Blossom and I will see everyone soon with something new".

Meanwhile, Blossom Entertainment is the agency to Cha Tae-hyun, Ko Chang-seok, Park Bo-gum, Song Jong-ho, Shin Seung-hwan, Lee Gwang-hoon, Han Sang-jin and more.

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