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MBK Entertainment (MBK엔터테인먼트) is a South Korean record label. The company was established in 2007 as Core Contents Media (코어콘텐츠미디어) as a subsidiary under Mnet Media. In October 2014, it was re-launched as MBK Entertainment following the closure of the original company.[1]

MBK is an abbreviation for "Music Beyond Korea".

Subsidiaries

  • DAP Sound (2014)
  • PocketDol Studio (2018)
Former

Artists

Groups

  • DIA (2015–present)
  • IM (2017–present)
  • 1THE9 (2019–present)

Singers

Trainees

Former artists

  • SeeYa (2009–2011)
    • Kim Yeon Ji (2009–2011)
    • Nam Gyu Ri (2009–2014)
    • Lee Bo Ram (2009–2016)
  • Black Pearl (2007–2012)
  • Hong Jin Young (2009–2012)
  • Lee Soo Mi (2009–2012, SeeYa, Coed School, F-ve Dolls)
  • Yangpa (2009–2012)[3]
  • Co-Ed School (2010–2013)
    • Kangho (2010–11)
  • Davichi (2008–2014)
  • Gangkiz (2012–2014)
    • Hwang Ji Hyun (2012–2014)
    • Kwak So Min (2012–2014)
    • Cho Eun Byul (2012–2014)
    • Choi Soo Eun (2012–2015)
    • Lee Hae In (2012–2016)
  • Kwang Toh (2014–2015)
  • Koh Na Young (2015)
  • F-ve Dolls (2011–2015)
    • Heo Chan Mi (2010–2012, Co-Ed School)
    • Hyewon (2010–2015, Co-Ed School)
    • Eunkyo (2011–2015)
    • Nayeon (2012–2015)
    • Hyoyoung (2010–2016, Co-Ed School)
  • SPEED (2012–2016)
    • Kwangheng (2010–2012, Co-Ed School)
    • Noori (2010–2012, Co-Ed School)
    • Taewoon (2010–2015, Co-Ed School)
    • Kim Jung Woo (2010–2016, Co-Ed School)
    • Taeha (2012–2016)
    • Choi Sungmin (2010–2016, Co-Ed School)
  • Cho Seung Hee (2013–2016, F-ve Dolls, DIA)
  • The SeeYa (2012–2016)
  • High Brow (2015–2016)
  • Nutaz (2014–2017)
  • T-ARA (2009–2017)
  • Shannon (2011–2019)

References

Official links

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