According to Segye Ilbo, an idol group A that is gaining a lot of attention as a new hallyu-dol is preparing a lawsuit against their current label so they could dissolve their contracts. The members have already chosen a lawyer to represent them, even though it cost them a lot of money.
The biggest friction between the two is the problem of money balance. Even though the group has had multiple Korean and overseas concerts, they have not been paid properly. However, on the label's side, they are at a loss of what to do because even though they have invested a lot, there is not much profit.
There is a difference in every contract, but in the case of idol groups, many labels take the profit and then distribute it later. In this case, the label has put forth that because of the high costs of promotions, there was no profit.
There are just a few groups who fit the description relatively "new" and has had concerts both in and out of Korea - who do you think it could be?