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Lars
 Posted: Jun 10 2017, 12:23 AM
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@ largeritas: new year, new ways lars convinces zirself not to buy every album in sight.


groups !!
CM ENTERTAINMENT. A mid-tier agency with four bands - boy band ST*R, girl group ROSEGOLD, co-ed group SHINY SHINY (with hip-hop subunit SHINY-K and pop subunit SHINY-BBY), MIRACLE, and their newest debut co-ed group DTR. They also have multiple solo artists, actors, and actresses. CM is more permissive to their artists than other agencies, but they also have dealt with more scandals, minor and major, than others.

SEALIGHT RECORDS. The biggest agency in Seoul, with its own drama production studio as well. They have six bands - top girl group Delilah, boy band VCB, girl group Vanilla, co-ed group Olive, MOON.LIGHT, and D*CHT. They also have multiple solo artists, actors, and actresses. Sealight works all of their employees very hard, and have had a high-profile scandal involving unfair contracts recently, though it's not as well-known as their rival agency CM's scandals.

MEDIA. The media is constant in Seoul, and everyone has to play the game in order to get their face out there! The IDOLGEE! is constantly updating the entertainment world about everyone's favorite stars, while variety show Idol O'Clock is one of the most popular shows in its time slot. When it comes time to comeback, Music Box is the place to perform your hit song.

OTHER. Anyone not signed to either of our two companies or in the media, whether it be security, food service workers, the fans who make this all possible, or anything in between!

BOSS. A returning agency hoping to take their groups back to the top. They have six bands - twelve member boy band Summer Boys, redebuted QUEENS, strictly hip-hop group MMM, redebuted co-ed group Modern Love, and Storybook. They also have the best dancers in Seoul as part of their dance team. BOSS's employees have been around for some time and are some of the most experienced in the industry. They aren't around to make friends- they're coming strong for CM and Sealight's titles.

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Lars
 Posted: Jun 10 2017, 12:24 AM
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Lars
@ze/zir

@ largeritas: new year, new ways lars convinces zirself not to buy every album in sight.


this is cm !!
CM Entertainment is a mid-tier agency formed in 2004 by Chin-Hwa Min, a former idol from popular first generation boy band Fantasea. His old agency, which no longer exists, was very hard-driving, and signed him to a 13-year contract. Despite having great success, he was left almost penniless after his contract ended, and felt this was a great wrong. His goal was to create a more artist - friendly environment by allowing bands to write their own songs, giving them choices of choreographers and stylists, and, most importantly, not signing their artists to ten-year contracts, instead giving an unusual 5-year contract. Spots in the trainee program for CM Entertainment are coveted because of all the perks Min offers his employees.

Even so, CM Entertainment doesn't have the cleanest record. For one thing, their first girl group, Baby Girlz, disbanded in disgrace after its star member was arrested for blackmail in 2009, and they haven’t attempted to make another one until recently, with ROSEGOLD, who just debuted. For another, their current rising group, the hip-hop focused boy band ST*R, has an exceedingly rough reputation, with multiple instances of rudeness and bad public behavior drawing the ire of netizens. Maybe CM is too permissive with their artists and what they do...

CM has 4 bands - ST*R, ROSEGOLD, Shiny Shiny, MIRACLE, and DTR.

STAFF
The CM STAFF are dedicated to their jobs, and treat the company very much like a family. To that end, sometimes managers behave more like friends, there is less emphasis on formality, and you can basically walk in to see the president, Chin-Hwa Min, any time you want. There is no member limit for the staff. This section will include the President (Chin-Hwa Min), the managers, the producers, the song writers, and the trainers.



ST*R
ST*R is an all-male group that debuted four years ago and has recently blown up in a big way. Their recently released third mini-album has sold over half a million copies, their public appearances and fan meets have consistently overflowed with fans, and there's talk that their second album is due out soon! However, it's not all coming up roses for BC in regards to ST*R - the personalities in the band are... outsized, to say the least. They are filled with as much swagger as their songs, and, unlike most idol groups who behave as perfectly as possible, there's a new minor ST*R controversy every week. Most of them center around Taku, but there's talk that K and En hate each other virulently, and multiple sasaeng fans have caught Nagi sneaking out of his dorm at night for parts unknown.
Debuted: 2013.
Hiatus: 2017-TBD.

ST*R has a 6 member limit. The members are K, Taku, Mob, Nagi, En and Hiro.



ROSEGOLD
ROSEGOLD is CM's newest all-female group who debuted just last month. Their lead single "Glitter" topped the charts, and is still going strong on the music shows, which is good - because ROSEGOLD has a lot to live up to. CM's last girl group was beloved before their leader's major scandal, and while they're showing strength now, they'll need all the help they can get to fend off the nation's powerhouse girl group Delilah from Sealight Records. Thankfully, unlike ST*R, ROSEGOLD has four stable women at its center... even if Mani talks politics too much... and Anna is boy-crazy...
Debuted: 2017.

ROSEGOLD has a 4 member limit. The members are Haena, Anna, Kina, and Mani.



SHINY SHINY
SHINY SHINY is CM's largest co-ed group, made up of two subgroups that more often than not perform together. They are more famous overseas than in their native South Korea, and just finished a US tour that was met with great reception. The members of Shiny Shiny are the best of friends, and even though netizens have dogged them with rumours about inter-group dating, they don't let it get to them. Their fans love how much they interact on social media, and are probably some of the most active stars on VLive and Twitter.

SHINY-K are more of a hip hop group, but are known for their raps about social issues, like poverty, the culture of perfection, and women's issues. SHINY-BBY are a more standard pop group that also sings traditional trot songs on occasion, but they like to explore melodramatic and trippy imagery in their videos. Both subgroups will be releasing albums soon, before a big comeback planned for December that will hopefully gain them the homegrown fans they deserve.
Debuted: 2014.

Shiny Shiny has an eight member limit, with four members for each sub unit. The members are Justice, Pro, RAPPER, Hope, Hero, Peace, Vocal, and Visual.



MIRACLE
Originally debuted in November 2016 as a trio, MIRACLE was determined to make their unique mark on the world by wearing masks and hiding their true identities. But their third member and only dancer, Volpina, betrayed the group and tried to bring the others down with her. She was kicked out and dropped from the label, leaving the two remaining members - LEADER and Cat Noir - behind to sort out the mess. They face plenty of discrimination for having a non-Asian in their group, but the members have enough heart (and dedicated fans) to hold their heads high.
Debuted: 2016.

This duet has a 2 member limit: LEADER/VOCAL and CAT NOIR.



DTR
DTR, also known as Dreams to Reality, is CM Entertainment's answer to the recent scandals involving their top idols: their newest co-ed group of multilingual and multicultural debuts! All of these kids have been popular on social media, and CM is looking forward to monopolizing on their clean slates and clean, happy images. Without a set "leader," the five of them have been training hard for their last minute debut at the end of this year, but their hard work and close trust in each other are already paying off- their fanbase of "Dreamers" are already loyal supporters and the group has only just been announced!
Debuted: 2017.

DTR has a 5 member limit. The members are JUNIOR, SAENGDAO, MIMI, RYAN, and HONEY.



SOLO ARTISTS
The SOLO ARTISTS come to CM Entertainment for one thing - freedom. To that end, CM solo artists tend to want to test boundaries and experiment with their sound. Many underground hip-hop artists sign with CM when they hit it big, as do female idols who wish to break out of the cutesy/edgy dichotomy. Unlike their band counterparts, the soloists of CM tend to be pretty drama-free, but that doesn't mean they always will be!

There is no member limit for solo artists.



ACTORS/ACTRESSES
CM Entertainment also hires ACTORS AND ACTRESSES for various projects. CM does not have its own studio to film projects, but as it grows, it plans on moving into the drama game. Their actors and actresses are generally all up-and-comers who just need that first break.

There is no member limit for the actors and actresses that are signed to CM.



TRAINEES
There are plenty of up and coming TRAINEES currently working hard to keep their spot at CM. Trainee spots at CM are highly coveted due to the perks received, but don't let that fool you - these trainees work hard to keep their spots.

There is no member limit for trainees.



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Lars
 Posted: Jun 10 2017, 12:24 AM
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Lars
@ze/zir

@ largeritas: new year, new ways lars convinces zirself not to buy every album in sight.


this is
sealight !!
Sealight Records is the biggest name in the South Korean entertainment industry, and for good reason. Not only do they have the veteran girl group (and the nation's sweethearts) Delilah, they also have a nearly 20-year history of creating amazing music and wonderful dramas. The new president of Sealight was appointed directly by his predecessor, who retired due to old age, and this president plans on continuing Sealight's market dominance.

With that market dominance comes its problems, however. Two members of one of their girl groups, Vanilla, recently left the company after suing to be let out of contracts that they insisted forbade them from seeking medical attention or getting proper rest; fans of the boy group VCB are worried about their intense touring schedule. However, they are not nearly as scandal-plagued as CM, so these stories, and others like it, tend to get swept under the rug when someone in ST*R opens their mouth again.

Sealight has 6 bands - Delilah, VCB, Vanilla, OLIVE, MOON.LIGHT and d*cht.

STAFF
The SEALIGHT STAFF take perfection seriously, and they joined Sealight to be part of something greater than themselves. The staff works just as hard as the artists and trainees, in all honesty, and often can be seen helping them until 1 or 2 am. Working for Sealight Records is really a way of life.

There is no member limit for the staff. This section will include the President, the managers, the producers, the song writers, and the trainers.



DELILAH
Delilah is the most popular girl group - and maybe the most popular group period - in South Korea right now, and has been for almost three years. Their debut single got a perfect all-kill two hours after its release, and since then, they've had an almost unbroken string of number-one hits. Their pure image, combined with their lovely harmonies and unique bubblegum-meets-arena-rock sound, has made them A-list celebrities. However, Delilah can be a cutthroat environment, especially since a lot of their fame is predicated on their pure images and aegyo - and with ROSEGOLD threatening to steal their once-thought unshakable grip on the pop charts, it may be time for a bit of a shakeup.
Debuted: 2013.

Delilah has a 8 member limit. The members are Jingle, Rapper, Vocal 1, Siren, Vocal 3, SingSing, Visual, and Mami.



VCB
VCB is, whether Sealight will admit it or not, the classier alternative to ST*R. While they may be losing the sales war to that band, they are certainly winning when it comes to their brand and reputation - VCB is more often seen as spokespeople, variety show guests, and MCs than they are actually singing and dancing sometimes. However, their constantly-moving schedule has exhausted some of the members, and it's getting a bit obvious they need a break from their constant promoting. Not that they'll ever say that! They're all unfailingly polite gentlemen.
Debuted: 2014.

VCB has a 5 member limit. The members are ALI, VOCAL 1, CHAI, P-CHARMING, and VOCAL 2.



VANILLA
Even before the big controversy, Vanilla was the black sheep of the Sealight family. Made up of six women with powerhouse voices, they could do it all - sing, dance, rap, act - but they never quite found their niche in the crowded girl group market. They openly refused to go towards a cutesy concept, so as not to compete with their label mates and good friends in Delilah; their last few comebacks have been lackluster, which may have been why two former members of Vanilla, fed up with suffering for very little reward, sued Sealight last year. The other members of Vanilla have basically been in hiding since then at their dorm, but they've finally gotten the green light to prepare for their next comeback - and though they are bruised emotionally, they are ready to prove they still can be famous.
Debuted: 2014.
Hiatus: 2016-2017.

Vanilla has a four member limit. The members are Celeste, Visual, Rapper, and Dancer.



OLIVE
Olive is probably one of your parents' favorite K-pop bands. They brought that soulful, sultry 90s sound to the K-pop charts, and their harmonies made them famous. A coed group made up of older trainees, they have a natural maturity to them, and their first two albums (last album released in 2014) put them on their way to becoming K-pop mainstays. Unfortunately, their leader and the glue that held the band together, Kakyuu, was involved in a horrible accident in late 2014, something that put all band activities to a halt. She has finally recovered enough, mentally and physically, to return to the band - and they have all been waiting to perform with her again, as a family.
Debuted: 2010.
Hiatus: 2014-2017.

Vanilla has a four member limit. The members are Kakyuu, Hong, Byeol, and Vocal.



MOON.LIGHT
Moon.Light is the newest coed group in Sealight’s lineup. Since their debut in February, they have gained notoriety not only for their unique sound – fusing pop and arena rock with strong vocals – but for the unique make-up of the group. Led by former solo artist Vee who left Sealight’s label suddenly several years back, Vee’s younger brother Sora is also part of the line-up, leading some to speculate that there is favoritism at play. However, the brothers and the two girls that make up Moon.Light seem to be close-knit group and have already formed a cohesive unit.
Debuted: 2017.

Moon.Light has a 4 MEMBER limit. The members are VEE, RAPPER, DANCER, and SORA.



d*cht
The longest running kpop group so far, d*cht has been under the public eye since their debut back in 2001. The band is known for their ability to keep up with musical trends and stay popular in the ever changing entertainment industry. Some of the members have learned how to produce and compose their own music, while others have been able to expand their horizons and break out of the roles they serve for the group. As years have gone by, individual members have begun to branch out from the group, and recently netizens have been noting a difference in Monster's behavior and speculating about an imminent break up.
Debuted: 2001.

d*cht has a 4 MEMBER limit. The members are MONSTER, THE WOLF, MYEO, and LOEY.


SOLO ARTISTS
The SOLO ARTISTS of Sealight Records span a whole range of genres - from pop to jazz to rap to trot. Sealight has the resources and the reach to give many artists high-level releases and get them onto the music shows, and for many artists, once their contracts end with their bands, becoming a soloist for Sealight is a natural fit. Their soloists also sometimes serve as trainers and coaches for the younger trainees, as a way of giving back.

There is no member limit for solo artists.



ACTORS/ACTRESSES
The ACTORS AND ACTRESSES at Sealight are the best of the best. Sealight has its own partnerships with production companies, and their dramas are almost always massive hits. Aside from a major rom-com flop last year (it aired against a surprise hit remake of the English show Extras), Sealight Records' productions mean two things - high quality and high emotion.

There is no member limit for the actors and actresses that are signed to Sealight.



TRAINEES
There are plenty of up and coming TRAINEES currently working hard to keep their spot at Sealight. Sealight goes through many trainees, and there is a high dropout rate due to the intensity of the program, but there's a reason Sealight's debut artists are always so strong - they've worked for it.

There is no member limit for trainees.



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Lars
 Posted: Jun 10 2017, 12:26 AM
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Lars
@ze/zir

@ largeritas: new year, new ways lars convinces zirself not to buy every album in sight.


this is
the media !!
Ah, the media. A band's best friend or their worst enemy, depending on what time it is. There are plenty of ways to get your face out to the public in Seoul - you can go on the multiple variety shows like Idol O'Clock and show off your goofy skills; you will definitely want to sing your latest comeback song on Music Box and other similar music competition shows; or you could go old-fashioned and talk to the newscasts or reporters.

Here, we'll give a rundown of the two shows we currently have on Re-Bye, but keep in mind that media spots are completely open right now. You can make your own variety series, drama, newscast, sports team, whatever you want! Just be sure to give us a claim when you do.

IDOL O'CLOCK
What time is it?? It's Idol O'Clock! Everyone's favorite wacky interview show, Idol O'Clock is hosted by three comedians, one of whom is Ji-Ho Won, the former military man who has no time for your aegyo! The three hosts are known for asking off-the-wall questions in an effort to get the idols on their show to crack up and showcase new sides of themselves, which does mean that occasionally the show causes controversies. It's all in good fun, however. If you're a fan of the show and admit it while you're being interviewed, you even get to wear the Fan Hat! It's a big fuzzy top hat. It makes you look great, honest.

There is a limit of 3 comedian hosts for Idol O'Clock.



MUSIC BOX
There are plenty of music competition shows to take your new comeback song to, but the one you want to be on the most is Music Box, the highest-rated and most prestigious countdown show. Music Box is a very well-oiled production - the set design is top-notch, the MCs (three bright young actors and actresses from last season's megahit dramas) are polite and polished, and the audience is ready to scream every fanchant perfectly back to you! Music Box, unlike some of its competitors, has also never had a voting scandal, though it has put some of its performers in bizarre and questionable outfits.

There is a limit of 3 MCs for Music Box.



IDOLGEE!
Where do k-pop and k-drama fans get all their information about their favorite stars? Look no further than IdolGee!, the top gossip website in South Korea. The site also has a huge international fanbase, and writes articles in English and Korean for worldwide consumption. They are known for having the news first - now whether this means it's accurate is another matter entirely. They've been accused of invading privacy and buying tips from sasaeng fans, but it's indisputable that they have the dirt first.

There is no limit on IdolGee! employees.



SBS BOOM
SBS BOOM debuted in 2015 as a two-hour weekly radio segment that aired on radios across South Korea, reporting on the latest Asian pop news and counting down the biggest hits as voted by their listeners. Due to demand and attention brought in by the popular ex-idol/ex-industry hosts, the show has grown since then into a broadcasted KPop music show offering special idol guests interviewed every week and promoting the latest comebacks being released. Their dedicated fans and charming DJs can make or break a career so it's always best to get on their good side.

There is a limit of 3 DJ HOSTs for SBS BOOM.

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Lars
 Posted: Jun 10 2017, 08:06 PM
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Lars
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@ largeritas: new year, new ways lars convinces zirself not to buy every album in sight.


this is
other !!
Seoul isn't just about entertainment! There are millions of people in South Korea going about their daily lives - whether they be burger flippers who comment on K-pop in their down time, office workers working to make South Korea's technology the best in the world, tour guides, priestesses in the shamanist shrines, fan cafe leaders, or high school students trying to pass their exams, there's so many possibilities out there for characters outside of the idol system!



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zee
 Posted: Oct 1 2017, 11:38 AM
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zee
@zee

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this is boss !!
BOSS, also known as Big Oh's Star Sound, is an agency that has been around for a long time, though you might not have heard their name in a while. See, BOSS had some real hit acts in the 90's, but hasn't been able to deliver another popular group since then. But with the owner and founder Mr. Oh himself stepping down, his son/daughter _____ Oh has stepped up and is ready to turn things around for the company. They've taken the new and hottest trends and remodeled all of the company's groups, ready to step in and take the spotlight from the overly controversial and overworked stars that certain fans are getting tired of. Since late August, they've been rapidly climbing the charts and taking spots that were usually a guarantee for other CM and Sealight groups. It's yet to be seen, but it's obvious- BOSS is coming back hard for their crown.

BOSS is a unique company in that they don't bother with managing actors or actresses. They're solely in the music industry, and because of this and their strict standards, their Dance Team is one of the top in the world. Their trained dancers are hired out for music videos, commercials, and tours for both BOSS and the other agencies in South Korea. While they are not known to be as hard-ass as Sealight Records and their strict policies, they're not as loose and free as CM Entertainment is. They don't debut their idols until they have been seasoned to a high standard and understand fully what is expected to them from the industry. This includes warning them against playing around with friendships between companies- BOSS has a low tolerance for fraternizing with the enemies.

BOSS has 6 bands - SUMMER BOYS, QUEENS, MMM, MODERN LOVE, STORYBOOK, and HOWL.

STAFF
The BOSS STAFF have faced some hard times. When the company was struggling to stay afloat, a lot of staff were let go and the remaining staff had to step up and do twice the work that would be normally expected of them. While they've been able to hire on a few more people since remaking themselves, most of the staff are seasoned veterans who are ready to tackle anything the new industry will throw at them. This section will include the President (Jae-eun Oh), the managers, the producers, the song writers, and the trainers.



SUMMER BOYS
SUMMER BOYS was once upon a time considered one of the top male groups in the industry. Since reaching their peak in 2010, the group lost the older half their members to military service. Not just any members either- all the strong trained vocalists left, leaving behind the group's younger visuals and dancers to scramble to reinvent themselves. For the years following, they were criticized for being "pretty boys" and having no substance to their music, but their loyal fan base stuck with them and adjusted.
With the recent return of their older members BOSS is ready to throw the twelve of them back out into the fray. The only problem with this is that the older and younger members need to learn how to work together again, and it hasn't been a smooth road so far for any of them.
All younger members are 25+ years old, and all older members are 35+ years old.
Debuted: 2008.

Summer Boys has a 12 member limit. The members are JOOHYUK, Older Vocal 1 (35+), Older Vocal 2 (35+), Older Vocal 3 (35+), Older Rapper 1 (35+), Older Rapper 2 (35+), TAIYANG, Younger Visual 1 (25+), Younger Visual 2 (25+), Younger Visual 3 (25+), Younger Dancer (25+), and SUNGHOON.



QUEENS
Do the girls of QUEENS look familiar? KISSKISS was BOSS's headlining girl group five years ago who rapidly climbed the charts with their sugary sweet debut and delicate synchronized dancing. But the year of their debut, one of the members had a sex tape with her ex-boyfriend leaked and ruined the group's rapidly growing fame. She was dropped from the label and the remaining members of the group laid low for a few years to let the controversy pass. But now BOSS has decided with all the revamps, it was time to redebut them. Thus, QUEENS was born! All the members are happy to be back, even if they're a little terrified of another vicious media backlash.
All members are 20+ years old.
Debuted & Disbanded: 2012.
Re-debuted: 2017.

QUEENS has a 6 member limit. The members are LEADER/VOCAL, AZUR, Vocal, Rapper, TOPAZ and Dancer.



MMM
BOSS took a risk debuting MMM three years ago in the middle of a ton of amazing debuts, but it ended up working in their favor with a single chart topping hit. The co-ed quartet were thought to be one hit wonders until their recent and shockingly colorful comeback as a strictly hiphop group. Though it is a drastic change from their pop roots, these three have had no problems adapting to the change and shaking off their straight-laced images for something more fun and free. Maybe a bit too free... they've been spotted partying more than they've been spotted in the recording studio recently.
All the members are 23+ years old.
Debuted: 2014.

MMM has a 4 member limit. The members are FEMALE LEADER/RAPPER, FEMALE RAPPER, P.Y.O. and KYU.



MODERN LOVE
Originally known for their wholesome pop and sweet ballads as AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL, these boys and girls were big with the pre-teen and younger crowd. Even though their numbers never seemed to vary one way or the other, they were asked to redebut during the revamp under their new name- MODERN LOVE- with an edgier and more adult style. To top it all off, the group gained the addition of LISA, a much younger and more modern member to balance out their new look. The change has left all the members confused and struggling to keep up, even as their fans excitedly wait for their comeback looming in the not-so-distant future.
All the members are 25+ years old with the exception of the maknae, who is 17+ and will debut with this comeback.
Debuted: 2011.
Re-debuted: 2018.

Modern Love has a 6 member limit. The members are JOY, FEMALE VOCAL 1 (25+), FEMALE VOCAL 2 (25+), MALE VOCAL (25+), ERIK, and LISA.



STORYBOOK
The co-ed group formerly known as FairyTale was redebuted during BOSS's recent revamp with an entirely new image. As Storybook the group members have embraced the change, changing their names and styles completely to keep up with their management's new vision. Their loyal fans, the "Readers," are looking forward to the change from fairy tale themed romance songs to the promised sexier style and the possibility of finally hearing a more modern sound from their favorite idols.
All members are 23+ years old.
DEBUTED: 2014.
RE-DEBUTED: 2017.

Storybook has a 4 member limit. The members are Myth, Legend, Lore, and Fable.



HOWL
HOWL, BOSS' newest boy group, is stepping away from the formulaic Kpop recipe like fellow BOSS quartet MMM. Fusing hip-hop and rock elements, they have already been predicted to be bad boys personified in their stage performances - but off the stage is likely another matter entirely. The group is made up of older BOSS trainees, and led by Shadow, who was in training for nearly ten years. Whispers are going around that Shadow's inclusion is likely to jinx the entire project - since he has been dropped from three group concepts so far - but such superstition is being ignored by the group itself. They want a chance to prove themselves, and are ready to make it out of the BOSS training dungeon. All members are 20+ years old.
Debuted: 2018.

HOWL has a 6 member limit. The members are SHADOW, VOCAL 1, RAPPER 1, VOCAL 2, RAPPER 2 and VOCAL 3.



SOLO ARTISTS
The SOLO ARTISTS of BOSS are seasoned veterans in the music industry. Many of them debuted several years ago or were picked up by BOSS when another company dropped the artist for mediocre sales. The days of being criticized as outdated are over, though, and with the newer revamps, the solo artists have been asked to modernize and update themselves to keep up.

There is no member limit for solo artists. All solo artists will need to be 20+ years old.



BOSS DANCE TEAM
If you don't know BOSS for any of their artists, you have no doubt heard of their world renowned dancers. The BOSS DANCE TEAM are hand-selected at auditions and scouted from the finest art schools; the members are signed on young and are highly-trained in all forms of dance, from hip-hop to ballroom to ballet. Their members have been hired out as dance instructors and choreographers and have swept competitions across the globe. When Sealight or CM need background the best dancers for their tours or music videos, they contract with the BOSS Dance Team. Spots are highly competitive and anyone who has signed on has most certainly earned their position through blood, swear, and plenty of tears.

There is no member limit for the dancers that are signed to BOSS.



TRAINEES
While BOSS did lose some of its popularity, they still have plenty of up and coming TRAINEES vying for a spot. Trainee spots at BOSS vary in age; some of the trainees have been waiting for their debut for more than five years and are still ever hopeful. While the wait isn't very glamorous, BOSS ensures that all of their trainees are taught everything they need to prepare for the KPop industry. No matter your talent- singing, rapping, or for the lucky few, both- you'll be trained by some of the top dancers and managers in the world.

There is no member limit for trainees.



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