Baekhyun’s Agency INB100 Eventually Becomes A Subsidiary Of ONE HUNDRED, Label Established By MC Mong

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The new entertainment company, INB100, has been announced as a subsidiary of ONE HUNDRED, the producing company behind Million Market and Big Planet Made Entertainment.

INB100 was founded by EXO’s Baekhyun, and it includes Baekhyun, Xiumin, and Chen as part of its roster. ONE HUNDRED, which was established by Chairman Cha Gae-won and singer MC Mong, is the parent company of Big Planet Made Entertainment and Million Market.

Big Planet Made Entertainment is a comprehensive entertainment company with artists such as Lee Moon-jin, VIVIZ (Eunha, SinB, Umji), B.O., Ha Sung-woon, Ren, Huh Gak, and performance director Kasper, who recently expanded their scale by adding SHINee’s Taemin, broadcaster Lee Soo-geun, and Lee Seung Gi.

INB100, led by manager Kang Chan, a veteran in the entertainment management industry for 30 years, has joined forces with Big Planet Made Entertainment, enabling it to benefit from the specialized and advanced infrastructure of Big Planet Made Entertainment.

Furthermore, Big Planet Made Entertainment has added the strong IP of EXO’s Baekhyun, Xiumin, and Chen, enhancing both parties’ global competitiveness with a win-win strategy.

Additionally, ONE HUNDRED aims to establish ONE HUNDRED USA and support the active overseas activities of its artists, while actively pursuing the recruitment of international artists in order to leap into a global entertainment enterprise.

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