Super Junior singer Kyuhyun has officially signed with Yoo Jae-suk’s comic agent Antenna.
On August 7, Antenna released a statement through Korean outlet Sports World announcing that Super Junior member Kyuhyun had signed an exclusive contract with the company, founded and led by Yoo Hee-yeol.
“We plan to actively support Kyuhyun’s wide range of activities in various ways, so please show a lot of support for Kyuhyun who is on a new front line,” read the rest of the statement, translated by Soompi. Kyuhyun joins a diverse list of amazing artists including comedian Yoo Jae-suk, former Lovelyz member Mijoo, veteran singer Lee Hyori, Lee Sang-soon, and others.
After the media announcement, Antenna also posted a one-minute video of Kyuhyun allowing him to take his first photo with the company.
Kyuhyun’s collaboration with Antenna comes just under a month after he and two other Super Junior members Donghae and Eunhyuk parted ways with the agency SM Entertainment. At the time, SM Entertainment said in a statement that the three will “dedicate themselves to individual activities”, but assured fans that they would “continue their promotion of Super Junior with SM” regardless of their management.
In the same statement, SM Entertainment also confirmed that the remaining members of Super Junior – Leeteuk, Heechul, Yesung, Shindong, Siwon, and Ryeowook – have chosen to renew their contracts with the label, continuing their nearly two-decade relationship with the label . label. company.
The group’s most recent release was their 11th Korean studio album “The Road,” which was released in January. The record was originally released in two parts, ‘The Road: Keep On Going’ in July 2022 and ‘The Road: Celebration’ in December 2022.