The two agencies decided to join hands and signed their contract to become partner agencies on April 6. The two agencies will manage their artists mutually in both countries, and help each other widen their activities in various fields.
Regarding this exciting news, Starship commented, "Utilizing the production and marketing skills of YUEHUA Entertainment, which is considered China's top management company, we will accelerate our venture in China. We will also manage YUEHUA's artists from Korea to help them become stars who are known in both Korea and China. We think the synergy between the two companies will spread beyond Asia into the global market."
As mentioned, YUEHUA manages names like Hangeng, A Do, and other big names in China. They also branched out by debuting their male idol group UNIQ in both China and Korea last year.
With the help of their partnership with YUEHUA, it's said Starship is looking into kicking off their official Chinese venture this year.