MBK Entertainment

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MBK Entertainment
Native name
MBK 엔터테인먼트
Public
Industry
Genre K-pop
Dance
R&B
Hip hop
Founded 2006
Founder Kim Kwang-soo
Headquarters Yeoksam dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Key people
Byun Dong Jin (CEO)
Products
Parent CJ E&M
Divisions DAP Sound
Subsidiaries Maroo Entertainment
Website mbk-ent.co.kr

MBK Entertainment, formerly known as Core Contents Media, is the main entertainment management in the past label of the CJ E&M Music Performance Division. CJ's company GM Planning (now known as the CJ E&M Music Performance Division) acquired and integrated the three companies — MAXMP3, Poibos, and Mediopia. However, in order to reduce the size, a separate subsidiary was created.

On October 1, 2014, it was announced that Core Contents Media was to be acquired by MBK Entertainment.[1] MBK is an abbreviation for "Music Beyond Korea". Its home to artists like T-ara, The SeeYa,Speed, Shannon, High Brow and DIA; also home to actors like Moon Hee-kyung, Kim Gyu-ri, Son Ho-jun and others.

Roster[edit]

Recording Artists[edit]

Groups[edit]

Actors/Actress[edit]

MBK Trainees[edit]

  • Kim Dani
  • Park Sangwon [2]
  • Jung Sungchae [2]
  • Yang Jaeyoung
  • Jung Il Kwon
  • Moon Young Min
  • Kim Hyung Guk
  • Choi Jung Yeon

Subsidiaries[edit]

Maroo Entertainment[edit]

Maroo Entertainment is an independent subsidiary label of MBK Entertainment.

Groups[edit]

Soloists[edit]

Actors[edit]

Dap Sound[edit]

Former subsidiaries[edit]

GM Contents Media[edit]

Former artists[edit]

Recording artists[edit]

Former actors[edit]

Notable trainees[edit]

  • Ji-ae (Jevice, stage name Hana)
  • Yang Jiwon (Spica)
  • Coco Lee (Former Blady member and CocoSori member)
  • Heo Youngji (Kara)
  • Wheein (Mamamoo)
  • Alex Bell
  • Lee Aryoung
  • Moon Seulgi
  • Yuki Wong
  • Jeon Kyeongbin

Discography[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Partnership[edit]

Distributing Labels[edit]

South Korea
Japan
China
  • Longzhen Culture Development (T-ara) (2014–present)

References[edit]

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