News 11624 2PM, TVXQ, Kim Hyun Joong, and Super Junior Get together For UAM Grand Opening

[News] 110624 2PM, TVXQ, Kim Hyun Joong, and Super Junior get together for UAM Grand Opening

This conglomerate has an agenda. Hwaiting for JYJ and HoMin. Momma Cha

Top male idol groups, TVXQ, 2PM, Super Junior, along with SS501’s Kim Hyun Joong and many others came together to attend a launching event.

On a rainy afternoon on June 24th at ‘Banyan Tree Club and Spa‘ in Seoul, these top artists gathered for the ‘UAM (United Asia Management) Launching Party’.

UAM is a newly formed collaboration management agency of the top Asian entertainment companies, composed of KeyEast, AMENT, StarJ Entertainment, SM Entertainment, YG Entertainment, and JYP Entertainment.

Reaching further than the Hallyu movement, UAM was founded together by the 6 agencies, setting base on Asia as a whole. UAM plans to set their core focuses on online mediums, managing networking, and promoting through movies, dramas, and video footage production, as well as acting as a global agency for the artists in all 6 companies.

On this day, UAM is starting things off with a bright beginning as JYP, Soo Ae, Kim Hyun Joong, Kim Soo Hyun, TVXQ, Super Junior, 2PM, Lee Yeon Hee, Go Ara, Miss A, Yoo In Na, along with other artists, actor/actresses, directors, staff, and producers affiliated with UAM and its related companies appeared at the event.

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News: 110407 SM, YG, JYP and More Form One Massive Global Agency, “United Asia Management”

[News] 110407 SM, YG, JYP And More Form One Massive Global Agency, “United Asia Management”

The biggest entertainment companies in Korea have joined together to create one massive management agency known as “United Asia Management.”

All of the artists under SM Entertainment, YG Entertainment, JYP Entertainment, KeyEast, Star J Entertainment and AMENT will now be managed under the company in their endeavors including movies, dramas and all other entertainment content production.

The six companies came together to share their business know-how and network so that they can advance the Hallyu wave into an Asian Pop Music wave all around the world.

It’s still unclear as to whether the artists will be both under UAM along with their respective companies.

What is clear is that this is essentially a monopoly that could crush smaller companies and their artists…

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From Momma Cha

It seems as if SM and Co. have once again undererestimated the intelligence of the K-Pop fanbase.
First-of-all, the Hallyu Wave is of interest to me personally because I support JYJ, HoMin, SuJu, and Shinee. I have no interest in any other groups and while I can say that at present I would support those SM artists of my own choosing–if it came to supporting them as part of a giant machine aimed at complete world domination through the entertainment industry, I would have to say that i would have to back out of the system. I love K-Pop, but it is not the only musical genre worth listening to out there nor should these artists be used to keep money constantly flowing into these moguls hands, and receiving very little for themselves.

It is not a foregone conclusion that we little sheep would all go Baaaa…and allow our hard-earned cash to be sucked into the vacuum of what appears to be an Asian mafia base. At present I am going to keep my eyes and ears open and support only who I choose to support and, let’s face it, concentrate my energies and resources predominately on JYJ and HoMin. Prsyerfully, HoMin can continue to benefit. We all know that this is just one more ploy to control everyone and their money. Shame on you all, SM and Co.