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The last few days for italic bold K-pop have been historic ones, with Min Hee Jin and HYBE one-upping one another with press conferences and press statements. We’re in the era of she said-they said, with legal teams attempting their best to come out on top.

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It’s unclear based on everything that’s flying what exactly is going on legally without actually being able to see the contracts in question, but the battle for public opinion is a wild one. At the moment, Min’s two-hour press conference appears to have won over many Koreans, who see her as a representative to the downtrodden average worker in Korea whose work hell has been domineered by predominantly male, middle aged managers and executives who benefit while everyone else suffers. 

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There are many allegations flying around, such as Min breaching Hybe’s trust by attempting a hostile takeover of ADOR, and Min claiming Hybe has made it impossible for her to ever leave ADOR due to restrictions on stock sales. But the thing that most people are talking about is the thing that seemingly at the center of all of this: Min’s claim that HYBE’s latest girl group, ILLIT, is a copy of NewJeans because Hybe, impugning on her creative vision.

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