Sandara Park says she was “nervous” about leaving YG Leisure


Sandara Park has opened up about her expertise leaving YG Leisure and beginning contemporary at a brand new company.

The previous 2NE1 singer-rapper mentioned her departure from YG Leisure after 17 years throughout an interview with Dazed Korea, the place she additionally spoke about starting a brand new chapter of her profession with Abyss Firm, which she signed with earlier this month.

“I used to be nervous about what it might be like making a brand new begin, however the artists, employees, and CEO of my new company have been so welcoming and unsparing of their help,” she revealed, as translated by Soompi. 

She additionally famous that her followers had despatched flowers to the Abyss Firm workplace to have fun her new administration deal. “I’m spending my days fortunately. Already, I not discover this new place unfamiliar,” she added.

Later, Park defined her eight-month absence from YouTube and why she lastly was ale to return to it. “I wanted time to reorganise [after leaving YG], and since my editor needed to stop final 12 months as a result of private circumstances, I quickly stopped,” she stated. “I’m filming [for the channel] once more. I met with the Abyss YouTube staff, and their ardour is superb.”

Elsewhere within the interview, Sandara Park additionally revealed plans to launch new music within the close to future. “I’ve made up my thoughts to give attention to engaged on a brand new album. I need to return with a track that may permit me to not solely showcase new music, but additionally a brand new efficiency and vogue,” she stated of her upcoming venture.

In Could, shortly after leaving YG, Park shared a letter on social media relating to her departure. “Goodbyes are at all times the toughest to do however I take a deep breath and take a giant step nearer to my dream and the individuals who have stood by me, ready for me to take that step,” she wrote.

In the meantime, Abyss Firm can be dwelling to a number of different Okay-pop acts akin to GOT7‘s BamBam and former Marvel Ladies singer Sunmi.



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