On November 30, Gold Medalist, the entertainment agency, made an announcement stating that Seo Ye Ji’s exclusive contract with them, which lasted for the past four years, has come to an end as of November 30, 2023.
The agency announced that Gold Medalist and Seo Ye Ji have ended their partnership. They expressed their appreciation for the wonderful memories they shared with Seo Ye Ji and wished her the best in her new endeavors.
Seo Ye Ji has ended her partnership with Gold Medalist, the agency she has been with since 2019. She gained recognition for her acting skills in dramas like It’s Okay to Not Be Okay and Save Me.
Unfortunately, she faced controversy in 2021 related to her personal life, including allegations of gaslighting, school violence, and abuse of power. The agency denied these allegations at the time.
Gold Medalist recently announced that they have ended their exclusive contract with actress Kim Sae-ron, who took a break from her activities following a drunk driving scandal. Other actors currently signed with Gold Medalist include Kim Soo-hyun, Choi Hyun-wook, and Seol In-ah.