After winning his claims against SM Entertainment and getting over his depressed days, Hangeng is back on track & shows you his stronger side more Healthier than ever!
On the January 2011 cover of Men’s Health China, ex-Super Junior member Hangeng has made an appearance twice!
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In 21st December 2009, Han Geng proposed one-sidedly to Korean Company, SM Entertainment to terminate his contract. It has been a year and the case of contract termination finally had an outcome on the day of Han Geng’s first anniversary being a solo artiste. On his first anniversary, the team of <Music Billboard> carried out an exclusive interview. Han Geng also showed his innermost feelings to <Music Billboard>, revealed the details of the whole case and all the things he went though. He even exposed that he once had suicidal thoughts because he was really stressed out.
We’ve all heard that Super Junior’s [ex-member] Hankyung has finally won the battle against SME. And that was the final blow to make SM change for the better.
Super Junior’s Hangeng is back in action at the Asian Games 2010 in Guangzhou, China. He was seen doing a photoshoot along with other Chinese stars and becoming a spokesperson for the event.
Super Junior member, Hankyung is planning on addressing his future plans through a press conference to be held in May.
Hankyung’s representative revealed through a phone conversation that, “He is currently proceeding with the lawsuit. He will not have any activities until it’s over.”
He also said, “The rumors saying that strong forces are helping him out, or that he signed a contract for an 8-member Chinese group, are all false.”
Regarding the press conference, he said, “We cannot determine when the lawsuit will be over, but we can assume that it will be around April~May.
In the middle of May, he will have a press conference with Korean and Chinese fans to reveal his further career plans.”
He also hinted about the future, “It is correct that he is thinking about becoming an actor, but we cannot make any assumptions before the lawsuit ends.”
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To read more about Super Junior Hangeng’s case and why it was important (..and how bad SM looked..) go HERE.
On the night of March 26th, Han Geng attended the finals of the Migu Show. Since the news breakout of his contract termination last year, he made his first public appearance. This attracted large amount of media and fans, causing chaos at the studio. Before the activity starts, he accepted a short interview from the media. As for the news everyone cared for, the progress of his contract termination case and about his new company, he kept mum about it. He stated that, ‘Now isn’t the time to discuss about this issue’.
Han Geng attended finals of the Migu Show. Since the news breakout of his contract termination last year, it was his first public appearance. This attracted large amount of media and fans, causing chaos at the studio. Before the activity starts, he accepted a short interview from the media. As for the news everyone cared for, the progress of his contract termination case and about his new company, he kept mum about it. He stated that, ‘Now isn’t the time to discuss about this issue’.
Ever since the announcement of Hangeng’s lawsuit against SM Entertainment, many have been on their seats waiting for more news about the future of Super Junior and of Hangeng. Today, his lawyer finally makes a statement on Hangeng’s case.
Sun’s (Hangeng’s lawyer) pronounce: All the following statements come out from the truth that I’ve witnessed around HanGeng these years, and I promise I’ll be responsible for all my words.
In the early time of Super Junior’s debut (around the end of 2005 to the beginning of 2006), Hangeng (Han) had to perform with a mask on his face and could only appear in few TV station because of some reasons.This has shown obvious discrimination against Han,which also caused him to have some severe psychological problems.There are problems in some of the laws in South Korea, and also in management of SM Entertainment (SME). Along with the fact that Han was excused from wearing masks later on, we could draw the conclusion that SME didn’t handle the issue suitably and ignored Han’s interest and rights.
One of the concerts in Super Junior’s Super Show occurred on November 22, 2008 in ShangHai. Han’s family members were arranged in the far corner willingly or unwillingly, while the Korean members’ families were arranged in the center of the auditorium. The arrangement wasn’t changed until Han’s family found out about the discriminatory act. They were able to get seats in center of the auditorium after contending with SME.
III. Discrimination on Financial Dividend
Korean members in Super Junior shared all the expenses in China (including private living goods) with the Company and other members. However, Hangeng had to pay his personal fees by himself, which was very unfair for him.
VI. Discrimination Against Chinese Actors in Daily Life
Every Korean member could go back home in their free time in Korea, while Han was asked to stay in the apartment with the other members in China. The company reluctantly accepted Han’s request of renting an apartment near the site of the company through a discussion.