Regarding the copyright infringement allegations against the singer IU, a decision has been made.
On the 4th of September, IU’s agency, EDAM Entertainment released an official statement to announce the news, they stated, “Regarding the allegations made against our artist IU in May of this year, a decision has been made.”
The decision is to conclude the case when there is no crime suspicion or when the complainant does not cooperate with the prosecution’s investigation in order to prevent the misuse of baseless complaints and accusations.
The agency stated, “We will do our best to protect our artist, and we will aggressively pursue additional criminal complaints and legal actions against multiple malicious commenters. We will take full responsibility and continue to prepare for civil lawsuits and criminal complaints related to this case.”
Earlier, an individual referred to as A accused IU of plagiarism, alleging that IU’s songs, including “Bbom Bbom,” “Good Day,” “Palette,” and “Celebrity,” plagiarized music from overseas and domestic artists. This complaint was filed on May 8th with the Seoul Gangnam Police Station, citing copyright law violations.