The music business can sometimes be tough, especially when it comes to making money. Because just because you’re a big artist doesn’t always equate to a big paycheck, as royalties and copyrights are distributed between agencies, producers, and the artists.
And in the K-Pop business, the law sometimes works differently for foreign artists.
CLC member Sorn had been dealing with receiving a smaller paycheck than her group members because the income laws of South Korea and Thailand were different.
However, just recently, Sorn revealed that the issue has now been resolved. During a question and answer session with fans, Sorn revealed that FKMP Korea had played a crucial role in helping her overcome this issue.