The court sided with Fantagio on matters around Kang Han Na's contract.
The Korean Commercial Arbitration Board decided that Fantagio had managed the actress diligently and that Kang Han Na's reasons for trying to nullify the contract were not valid. They further found that it was difficult to say that the contract that she signed was unfair, that the contract had followed regulations, and therefore the contract was valid.
The Board also decided that further problems that Kang Han Na brought up about Fantagio, such as the ban from the Korea Entertainment Management Association and the Korea Broadcasting Actors Union, did not apply to her case because both had occurred after she left Fantagio.
Kang Han Na had previously sued Fantagio after signing with new startup entertainment label Stardium, founded by Na Byung Joon, the founding and former CEO of Fantagio, when he was fired from the label by shareholders. The label had also accused her of being MIA for a period of time until her lawsuit, and it looks like the court has ultimately found for the label.