Its been revealed that Lee Joong Yeop, the CEO of Woollim Entertainment, which created the group INFINITE, has gifted the members with trademark rights.
Recently, we reported that INFINITE will mark their 13th anniversary since debut and gathered their intentions for full group activities by establishing INFINITE Company, they’ve launched their own social media accounts and fans noticed the trademark rights of the group have been transferred back to the members.
Its been revealed that CEO Lee Joong Yeop, who produced them, willingly transferred the trademark rights for the members’ activities. It was a consideration for members who are leaving Woollim Entertainment to embark on new challenges.
On May 9, Kim Sung Kyu said through their agency, “CEO Lee Joong Yeop has always had a great affection for the INFINITE team and members since debut. He willingly gifted INFINITE, including all trademark rights, to support the members’ future.”
Later, Woollim Entertainment confirmed the news, saying, “It is true that the CEO has transferred the trademark rights, and we know that he did it willingly out of INFINITE love and support for the members and their future.”
INFINITE debuted in 2010 and received a lot of love for their knife-like choreography performance. In 2017, member Hoya left the team after choosing to go solo.
Fans are excited for INFINITE’s future.