Yoon Eun Hye, the actress of Korean drama ‘Goong’ or ‘Princess Hours’, may leave her current company Eight Peaks. Yoon Eun Hye’s contract with the company will not end until more than one year later.
Source says that Yoon Eun Hye is worried about her contract, but it doesn’t affect her shooting of drama ‘The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince’. ‘Prince Yul’ of drama ‘Princess Hours’ Kim Jeong Hoon has already sent the company a letter saying that he wants to end the contract.
Yoon Eun Hye, “Broken Trust to Eight Peaks Contract”
Yoon Eun Hye wishes not to continue with her exclusive contract with her Eight Peaks management company and paper work has been sent out.
One of the officials on the 5th revealed “Yoon Eun Hye stated that after the back and forth situation with the company, they broke a trust agreement, and therefore the possibility of her collaborating with them again is unlikely.”
The official stated, “The trouble between Eun Hye and Eight Peaks started back in January, when they canceled her participation in MBC’s “Que Sera Sera” and stated that she was hospitalized and going through mental shock. The reason for it however was that her company didn’t want her to partake in the drama, but wanted her to do another drama. (Theres also a part about a trust agreement between them and Hwang In-roi the “Goong” PD)
“Currently she is in the process of filming “Coffee Prince” and rebelling against her company’s wants. ”
Eight Peaks and Yoon Eun Hye have an exclusive 3 year contract with was signed during the second half of 2005, which leaves her with another year in her contract with the company. Eight Peaks is being extremely cautious and sympathetic with trying to find a wise way to solve the current policy problems.