[영상뉴스] LOOΠΔ Chuu, haircut by former staff member?… Re-examined assault controversy

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[뉴스더원=이현화 기자] Amid the news that Loona member Chu (real name Kim Ji-woo) is in a lawsuit with her agency Blockberry Creative, the past video is being re-examined.

In the past, a post titled “Athletic acts of the ISAC staff” was posted on an online community.

The author of this post uploaded a part of the video due to the controversy over the abuse of power.

When the incident became controversial, ISAC called Chu for an interview, but when there was no answer, they explained that they had approached and grabbed her hair in the process of calling Chu.

In the video, LOONA was captured while appearing in MBC’s ‘Idol Athletics Competition (Idol Athletics University)’ in the past, and a man who appears to be a staff member grabs Chu’s hair as it is.

Netizens who saw this showed reactions such as “It’s shocking,” “The agency is strange”, “Is it okay for the staff to do that?”, “I’m sorry Chu”.

Loona Chuu is having a legal dispute with her agency. Chu asked for the validity of her exclusive contract to be suspended, and it is reported that she received a partial ruling in favor of her injunction filed against her agency Block Creative in December last year.

In the music industry, it is known that Chu has left his agency and is preparing for a new start with BPOM Studio.

BipoM Studio is a startup that started as an advertising agency. In addition to publishing, webtoon, and music markets, it also entered the F&B business of the tea brand ‘Tea Treat’, the food brand ‘Foodit’, and the chicken franchise ‘Dangchi Dang (You Craving Chicken)’. is doing

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