Vine entertainment

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Vine Entertainment
Native name
바인 엔터테인먼트
Private
Industry
  • Entertainment
  • Production
  • music production
GenreK-pop
FoundedJuly 1, 2016; 5 years ago (2016-07-01) in Seoul, South Korea
Headquarters4-1, HAKDONG-RO 63-GIL, GANGNAM-GU,,
SEOUL
,
South Korea
Key people
Sung Joon Kwon
Services
  • Actor management
  • Broadcasting Content Production
  • Planning and production release of artists
Number of employees
20 (2020)
Websitewww.vine-ent.co.kr

Vine Entertainment (Korean: 바인 엔터테인먼트), is a South Korean company, handling the management, music, movies, drama planning and production management artists in South Korea.[1]

History

Vine Entertainment was founded on July 1, 2016 in Seoul, South Korea.[2] In 2018, Vine Entertainment debuted The new girl group with four members S#aFLA, who released the single 'Turuttu Parapa'.[3] In 2019, Baek jin and Yuri, who appeared on Mnet Produce X 101, debuted with the project group 'JxR'. A single sound source for JxR was released in early December through S-Vine Entertainment, a joint venture between S-Team and Vine Entertainment.[4] Their newest girl group, Secret Number debuted on May 19th, 2020 with single album 'Who Dis?'. The title song 'Who Dis?' Is a collaboration between Melanie Fontana and Michel 'Lindgren' Schulz, who wrote BTS 'Poetry for Small Things', and domestic composer Shark. The title song choreographer was directed by Bae Yoon-jung, director of 'Yama & Hot Cheeks'.[5]

Artists

Current Artist

Solo

  • Baek Jin

Groups

  • S#aFLA
  • Secret Number

Actors

  • Gu Bon-seung
  • Seo Eun-kyo

Musical Actors

  • Seo Eun-kyo

References

  1. "Vine Entertainment". PrivCo. Retrieved 20 October 2016.
  2. "바인 엔터테인먼트". jobkorea. Retrieved 17 October 2018.
  3. "샤플라(Shafla), 데뷔곡 '뚜루뚜 빠라빠'로 초고속 중독 ing" (in 한국어). Retrieved 2018-10-22.
  4. "유리·백진, 듀오 제이엑스알로 12월 데뷔...소속사는 에스바인 엔터". Ten Asia. Retrieved 25 October 2019.
  5. "K팝으로 꿈 키운 '시크릿 넘버', 'Who Dis?'로 데뷔 (영상)" (in 한국어). Retrieved 2020-05-20.

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