Jessica Jung’s Boyfriend Tyler Kwon Clarifies Reports Regarding ‘Blanc & Eclare’ Lawsuit

Following reports of “Blanc & Eclare” having an unpaid loan of over $6.5 million USD, Jessica Jung’s boyfriend, Tyler Kwon, gave a response. 

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Jessica Jung’s Boyfriend Tyler Kwon Clarifies Reports Regarding ‘Blanc & Eclare’ Lawsuit 

On September 28, CEO of Coridel Entertainment and Jessica Jung’s longtime boyfriend, Tyler Kwon, officially responded to the recent reports made by media outlets in Hong Kong regarding Jessica Jung’s fashion brand, Blanc & Eclare, which is also currently being operated by the couple, has been sued over an unpaid loan of $6.5 million USD by Joy King Enterprises.

Responding to the reports, Tyler Kwon spoke with the Korean news outlet MyDaily, and explained that the situation, which he described was “unfair,” had happened in the process of the loan being transferred to a new creditor.

“It is a situation that can be readily resolved,” Tyler Kwon notes.

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He also clarifies that the loan is not Jessica Jung’s personal debt, “This is not a personal debt of Jessica’s, but a loan of the corporation [Blanc & Eclare].” He added that Jessica Jung’s character has been defamed due to the misleading reports that had suggested that the loan was given to Jessica Jung as an individual.

Tyler Kwon explains that Blanc & Eclare had originally borrowed $4 million USD from Spectra SPC, but in August, Spectra SPC handed over the loan to Joy King Enterprises. After a month of transferring the loan, Joy King Enterprises had suddenly demanded that Blanc & Eclare repay the $6.5 million loan within two weeks.

“After borrowing funds from Spectra SPC for the first time in 2016, we diligently repaid the loan for about three years. Then in 2020, consdering the COVID-19 situation, we came to an agreement with Spectra SPC to extend the loan’s time period past what we had originally promised,” said Tyler Kwon.

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He continued, “But last August, the loan was transferred to Joy King Enterprises. And without us even knowing that the loan had been transferred, Joy King Enterprises had suddenly notified us and said, ‘Repay the loan within two weeks.'”

Despite Blanc & Eclare coming to an agreement with Spectra SPC over the extension of the loan’s time period, Joy King Enterprises continue to insist that it be repaid within two weeks, which eventually led to a lawsuit.

According to Tyler Kwon, they had asked Joy King Enterprises to give them more time, especially as September included a lot of public holidays that they would be able to resolve the matter. However, they still wanted the two-week deadline.

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“Considering our company’s scale, it is a loan that can easily be repaid, but having to repay the entire loan plus the interest within just two weeks, right after the loan was transferred, is too much,” added Tyler Kwon.

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Written by Robyn Joan

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