Fans are discussing the aftermath of Chungha leaving her former label MNH Entertainment and how its been affecting her new start at More Vision.
Recently, Chungha left her former agency and signed with Jay Park’s More Vision signaling a new start. But it seems like the new start is going to be truly afresh considering how the idol has now re-started her SNS accounts and possibly choose a new fandom name.
Fans have noticed a couple of things since Chungha moved from MNH Entertainment, they’ve noticed how her official YouTube, Twitter and Instagram accounts are now abandoned and left unused.
Generally, idols or actors are handed back their SNS accounts if they move from one agency to another, however, sometimes that’s not the case, and it seems to be the situation for Chungha.
Many fans find this a shame because Chungha had a considerable following on both YouTube and Instagram totaling 1.4 million and 5 million followers on the platforms respectively.
Since joining More Vision, Chungha had launched new accounts and started from zero again.
But not only her social media accounts but her fan club name might also need to be changed.
Fans have noticed that ‘BYULHARANG’ was trademarked by her former company, this is her official fan club name and has been so for quite some time. The fandom name holds a lot of memories for the idol and her fans, and many find it sad that it came to this.
Fans have noticed that More Vision is now asking for suggestions for Chungha’s new fandom name.
Fans have long voiced their frustration with the way MNH managed Chungha’s career as time went by, and many have expressed happiness after it was revealed that she joined More vision.
In an interview with Jay Park, the head of More vision, Chungha said, “If I had to choose a new company, I needed someone who would approach me most actively and give me realistic advice.” She also mentioned that Jay Park, the head of More Vision, contacted her the most.
Chungha has also confessed to feeling “burnt out” on a TV program recently and expressed gratitude to Jay Park, who consistently contacted her and did not hesitate to give advice, saying that she would probably be studying abroad if it weren’t for him.
What are your thoughts on this?