|Headquarters||Yeoksam dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
|Go Geon-hee (CEO)|
|Parent||CJ E&M (2006–2014)
MBK Co., Ltd. (since 2014)
The label was formerly known as Core Contents Media, the entertainment division of CJ E&M Music Performance Division created after the acquisition of MAXMP3, Poibos, and Mediopia. On October 1, 2014, it was announced that Core Contents Media had been acquired by MBK Co., Ltd. (formerly CS ELSOLAR Co., Ltd.) and renamed as MBK Entertainment. MBK is an abbreviation for "Music Beyond Korea".
- 1 Current artists
- 2 Subsidiaries
- 3 Trainees
- 4 Former artists
- 5 Discography
- 6 Filmography
- 7 Partnerships
- 8 References
- 9 External links
Actors and actresses
- 1Jiyeon originally debuted as a member of T-ara in 2009. She made her debut as a solo artist in 2014.
- 2Hyomin originally debuted as a member of T-ara in 2009. She made her debut as a solo artist in 2014.
- 3Eunjung originally debuted as a member of T-ara in 2009. She made her debut as a solo artist with stage name "Elsie" in 2015.
- 4Dani currently is trainee under the company and received promotion as solo artist.
- 5Park Sangwon currently is trainee under the company and received promotion as actor.
GM Contents Media
- SG Wannabe (2006–09)
- Lee Hyori (2006–10)
- Seeya (2006–11)
- Kangho (2010–11, Coed School)
- Miss $ (2008–11)
- Black Pearl (2007–12)
- Hong Jin-young (2007–12)
- No Min-woo (2010–12)
- Lee Soo-mi (2009–12, SeeYa, Coed School, F-ve Dolls)
- Heo Chan-mi (2010–12, Coed School, F-ve Dolls)
- Ryu Hwa-young (2010–12, T-ara)
- Kwangheng (2010–12, Coed School, SPEED)
- Noori (2010–12, Coed School, SPEED)
- Yangpa (2007–13)
- Coed School (2010–13)
- Lee Areum (2012–13, T-ara)
- Davichi (2008–14)
- Gangkiz (2012–14)
- Hwang Ji-hyun (2012–14)
- Kwak So-min (2012–14)
- Cho Eun-byul (2012–14)
- Choi Soo-eun (2012–15)
- F-ve Dolls (2011–15)
- Taewoon (2010–15, Coed School, SPEED)
- Koh Na-young (2015)
- Kwang Toh (2014–15)
- Kim Gyu-ri (2014–16)
- Son Ho-jun (20??–16)
- Kim Jung-woo (2010–16, Coed School, SPEED)
- Cho Seung-hee (2013–16, F-ve Dolls, DIA)
- "Core Contents Media to relaunch as MBK Entertainment". Allkpop.com. October 1, 2014. Retrieved October 1, 2014.
- "MBK ENTERTAINMENT CEO GO GEON HEE, "T-ARA WILL BE THE FUTURE OF HALLYU IN CHINA."". tiaradiadem. January 21, 2015. Retrieved February 10, 2016.
- "Maroo Entertainment". marooent.com.
- "MBK Entertainment (formerly Core Contents Media) reportedly preparing to launch a new idol boy band this year". Allkpop. Retrieved January 5, 2015.
- "MBK Entertainment to launch 'T-ara's Little Sister Girl Group' survival program + Dani to join as a member | allkpop.com". www.allkpop.com. Retrieved 2016-06-10.
- "Dani to take Ahreum's place in T-ara N4 | allkpop.com". www.allkpop.com. Retrieved 2016-06-10.