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Posted by MeAnotherself Saturday, November 17, 2018

Trainee sued for 160,000 dollars revealed

The trainee who recently made headlines in the media for being sued by her former company for leaving the group right before debut is rumored to be Park Jinsol, as discovered by Korean netizens. Jinsol was supposed to debut with girl group DreamNote under iMe KOREA in August, but pulled out of the group due to poor health conditions. She suffered from vocal cord nodules and knee joint pain due to training over 10 hours a day, combined with being verbally abused by the company's staff and being forced to train on an egg and one chocolate bar a day only. She also stated she had been diagnosed with anxiety and depression at the time she expressed her wish to leave the company.


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In the original article it was revealed that the female trainee had left her company in July, a month before the group's intended debut and that they, with Jinsol included, had nine members. Jinsol became inactive in June, but did not officially leave the group until July and Dreamnote was originally supposed to debut in August. However, their debut was officially delayed three times. They finally debuted on the 7th of November with their single album 'Dreamlike'.


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    big_bang_forever Saturday, November 17, 2018 3
    Saturday, November 17, 2018

    Kpop is so saturated these days, everyone wants to debut a group and make profit.. Sadly that comes with poorer conditions, neglect and looser regulation.

    Tbh the government should be setting some more laws to hold companies to a higher standard. Stuff will still happen behind closed doors and the kids will bare with it out of desperation but most crimes should stop

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    big_bang_forever Saturday, November 17, 2018 2
    Saturday, November 17, 2018

    1 egg and 1 chocolate.. Who's pressing charges against who? I'm sure her parents could get the company shut down for child abuse.. That's how it would work in my country but idk about Korea.. These stories are way too common. Worst part is, successfully debuted idols share the same stories happily as indearing memories. What nonsense.

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