YG Entertainment

South Korean entertainment company

YG Entertainment is a South Korean entertainment company which was founded in 1996. It was founded by Yang Hyun-suk and the current CEO as of 2022 is Hwang Bo-kyung.

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All of the artists under YG Entertainment are collectively known as YG Family, similarly to SM Town and JYP Nation.

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List of actors under YG.[12]

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  33. "'K팝6' 출신 보이프랜드 박현진, YG와 아름다운 이별". entertain.naver.com.
  34. "SuPearls disbands, YG Entertainment nullifies contracts". allkpop.
  35. "Lee Hi Talks About SuPearls Disbandment and Being Compared to Park Ji Min". Soompi.
  36. ""Mix & Match" Contestant Yang Hong Seok Becomes Cube Entertainment Trainee". Soompi.
  37. "Yuna Kim talks about why she left YG Entertainment". allkpop.

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