What are the Kpop company rules for dating? These rules are often very strict and outlined in contracts, so signing one is not enough for many K-pop stars. Those who sign with a K-pop company are often required to follow strict rules and hand over their cell phones to prove compliance. This is an unfortunate way for a K-pop star to live out their dream. However, the K-pop industry is still a popular place to find a job, so there are a number of ways you can break the rules and still make it to the top.
The FTC has also made it easier for young idols to sign contracts. As of 2009, contract lengths were limited to seven years. This restriction made it difficult for labels to pressurize idols to renew their contracts when they are about to expire. Despite these new regulations, there are still many cases of idols being treated unfairly by their labels. In addition, fourMinute’s Hyuna and Pentagon’s E-Dawn were both evicted from Cube Entertainment in 2018.
Another case of idols dating after being signed to a slave contract involves HyunA and E’Dawn. The music labels are no longer forcing idols to sign slave contracts after the decision to abolish the no dating clause was made public. While the rule had the intended effect of allowing idols to regain control, fan groups are still asserting their power. In addition, the recent backlash against Lee Sungmin’s marriage to Super Junior member Lee Sungmin paved the way for similar situations to arise. Most of these couples have since broken up.