CJ E&M Music Performance Division

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CJ E&M Music Performance Division
(DBA CJ E&M Music and Live)
Native name
CJ E&M 음악공연사업부문
CJ E&M eumak gongyeonsa-eop bumun
division of CJ E&M
Industry Music & Entertainment
Genre K-pop
Predecessor Mediopia,
Poibos (former Daeyoung AV),
Founded 1994 (as Mediopia Technology Corp.)
Headquarters CJ E&M Center, Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Area served
Key people
Ahn Suk-joon (Division Head)
Products Album, concert
Services Publishing records
Entertainment agency
Parent CJ E&M Corp.
Divisions see also
Subsidiaries AOMG
FNC Entertainment
MMO Entertainment
Music Works
UK Muzik
Website Official website

CJ E&M Music Performance Division (Hangul:CJ E&M 음악공연사업부문 CJ E&M eumak gongyeon saeopbumun), also known as CJ E&M Music and Live (or Music·Live) (formerly known as Mediopia Technology Corp., GM Agency Co. Ltd., CJ Music Inc. and Mnet Media Corp.), is a South Korean entertainment company headquartered in Seoul, South Korea which produces, broadcasts, distributes and provides a variety of music and entertainment. It is a subsidiary of the CJ Group.[1] Once the home to top-selling artists/groups, such as Lee Hyori and SeeYa, its current roster of recording artists include T-ara, CNBLUE and F.T. Island.

CJ E&M Music won the "Music Distributor of the Year" trophy at the 3rd Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards in 2014.[2]


The CJ E&M Music Performance Division consists of five divisions:

  • Music – entertainment management (music planning and development, production and sales, concerts, etc.)
  • Broadcasting – variety program production, owns 2 music cable channels Mnet and KMTV.
  • Online music content – runs online music store Mnet.com
  • ASP – Naver, LG Telecom mobile music content provider
  • Artist management – artist management and support

In 2012 CJ E&M launched a joint venture with Taiwanese firm Cayenne Entertainment Technology Co. to distribute video games.[1]

In 2014, CJ E&M launched a joint venture with Japan's Victor Entertainment, called CJ Victor Entertainment.[3]

In 2015, CJ E&M acquired Hip Hop label Hi-Lite Records [4]

In 2016, CJ E&M acquired shares and formed a Strategic Alliance/Partnership with AOMG.[5][6]


Recording artists[edit]





Main article: AOMG

AOMG is an independent subsidiary label of CJ E&M since 2016.

Hi-Lite Records[edit]

Main article: Hi-Lite Records

Hi-Lite Records is an independent subsidiary label of CJ E&M since 2015.

1877 Entertainment[edit]

1877 Entertainment is an independent subsidiary label of CJ E&M since 2014.[10]

FNC Entertainment[edit]

Main article: FNC Entertainment

FNC Entertainment is an independent subsidiary label of CJ E&M founded in 2006.

MMO Entertainment[edit]

MMO Entertainment is an in-house subsidiary label of CJ E&M.

MMO means "Music Makes One" (main promotional slogan of CJ E&M's flagship music channel Mnet).


  • Wable


The Music Works[edit]

The Music Works (Music Works for short) is an in-house subsidiary label of CJ E&M. It was founded by Oh Won-chul (Philip Oh), former CEO of Baek Ji-young's former agency WS Entertainment, in partnership with CJ E&M.

The agency's logo is a play on the letter M on Mnet's logo, combining the letters M and W.



  • Gilgu Bonggu (GB9)
  • MYTEEN (set to debut in 2017)


  • Kim So Hee (Produce 101) and part of I.B.I under Loen Entertainment
  • Lee Se Woong (MYTEEN)
  • Choi Eunsu (MYTEEN)
  • Kim Guk Heon (MYTEEN)
  • Shin Jun Seob (MYTEEN)
  • Park Min Jun (MYTEEN)
  • Kim Jae Hwan (Music Works Seeds)
  • Yeo Min Ho (Music Works Seeds)
  • Lee Roo Ha (Music Works Seeds)
  • Son Hyun Mi (Idolmaster)
  • Oh Yoo Hyun
  • Lee Yi Man

Former Artists[edit]

Former subsidiaries[edit]

Distribution Network[edit]




Price manipulation[edit]

CJ E&M Music (then Mnet Media) was one of the 15 companies fined and sued by the Korean FTC for price rigging in 2011.[11]



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