Park Bo Gum Doesn’t Renew His Blossom Deal

Park Bo Gum Doesn’t Renew His Blossom Deal: Park Bo Gum, an actor, has decided not to renew his contract with Blossom Entertainment. Park Bo Gum’s exclusive contract with his agency Blossom Entertainment will expire this month.

On December 22, sources indicated that he and his agency had agreed to prolong the contract. Park Bo Gum left SidusHQ, where he had begun his career in 2011, and joined Blossom Entertainment, where he remained under management for many years.

Park Bo Gum has opted to end his relationship with Blossom Entertainment after nearly a decade. Chief Executive Officer Joo Bang Ok of Blossom Entertainment said, “That [his] contract is about to expire is genuine.

Park Bo Gum has been an invaluable employee for many years, and we owe him great gratitude. For the rest of our lives, we shall stand by him.” Park Bo Gum, meanwhile, is waiting for his film “Wonderland” to be released.

Park Bo Gum
Park Bo Gum

Park Bo Gum

South Korean actor Park Bo-gum. He is best known for his roles as a psychopathic lawyer in Hello Monster (2015), a genius Go player in Reply 1988 (2015-2016), the Crown Prince of Joseon in Love in the Moonlight (2016), a free-spirited man who falls for an older woman in Encounter (2018), and a model who overcomes various hardships to become a successful actor in Record of Youth (2018).

(2020). At 23, Park became the country’s youngest-ever Television Actor of the Year, according to Gallup Korea. Also, Forbes Korea named him the country’s Power Celebrity, making him the first actor to achieve such a feat.

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Park is the youngest of three kids and was born in Seoul on June 16, 1993. He was in fourth grade when his mom passed away. He began his musical education at the piano keyboard in kindergarten and served as a church musician and choir member. In addition, he swam competitively for Seoul Mokdong Middle School.

In his sophomore year of high school, Park sent a video of himself singing and playing the piano to major talent management firms, which led to multiple offers. While Park’s first professional choice was to be a singer-songwriter, he eventually shifted to acting after being told he would be good at it.

He completed Shinmok High School in 2012 and is currently a freshman majoring in musical theatre at Myongji University. In addition to his acting profession, he was involved in college and traveled to Europe to represent his school’s cultural exchange program.

For his senior project, Park directed a one-act play based on the works of Anton Chekov, and he was the musical director for the production of Hairspray by his graduating class. A baccalaureate degree was awarded to him in February 2018.

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