SM Entertainment Responds to Reports of WayV Winwin Establishing Own Studio in China

Following reports of Winwin setting up his own personal studio in China, his label SM Entertainment releases a statement.

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SM Entertainment Responds to Reports of WayV Winwin Establishing Own Studio in China

Recently on September 30, it was revealed in an online community that WayV member, Winwin, had established a personal studio in China. According to the reports, the studio was established back in July and has named Dong Sicheng – Winwin’s real name – as its executive operator.

Following the reports of his own studio, Winwin’s music label, SM Entertainment, released an official statement confirming the news to Korean media outlet Star News.

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“Winwin recently established a personal studio for his acting activities in China,” SM Entertainment said.

However, SM Entertainment also clarified that Winwin’s personal studio, which is a one-man agency, is dedicated for his acting activities in China and stated that he was not withdrawing from WayV.

“He will be continuing his activities as a member of WayV just like he has up to now,” SM Entertainment added.

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This isn’t the first time a studio was set up in China. In fact, numerous Chinese K-Pop stars have set up their own one-man agency dedicated to their activities in China, such as EXO’s Lay, f(x)’s Victoria, and GOT7’s Jackson.

Meanwhile, it is said the Winwin has been staying in China since the beginning of the year.

Winwin’s Latest Activities

Winwin made his debut in NCT and its sub-unit, NCT 127, back in 2018 with their debut mini-album “NCT #127.” In 2018, he also debuted as a member of NCT U with the title track “BOSS.”

He later made his debut with NCT’s third sub-unit, the Chinese group WayV, in 2019, with the digital release “The Vision.” Since then, he and WayV have released more mini-albums, such as “Take Off” and “Take Over The Moon.”

WayV Winwin

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Winwin and fellow WayV member, Lucas, were not able to participate in the South Korean promotions for the group’s latest comeback – the release of their third mini-album, “Kick Back,” back in March – as they were undergoing quarantine in China for their individual activities.

Meanwhile, Winwin became a special DJ on the January 21 broadcast of fellow NCT member, Renjun’s very own radio show, “Akdong Seoul.” In March, Winwin graced the cover of L’Officiel Philippines with WayV.

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Written by Robyn Joan


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