Those caught by their management agency for having a romantic affair are subject to stern discipline or, in the worst case scenario, dropped from the company.However there is an increasing argument among human rights activists that such a ban infringes upon basic human rights of young celebrities.It's obvious that a competitive edge in looks facilitates one's search for partners.Given this, it's not excessive to imagine that good-looking or pretty young idol stars may be able to choose whom they want to be with during their free time, and the partner is always changeable.MANILA - The K-Pop girl group 2NE1 is officially disbanding.
For so many teenage stars in Korea — even those in the 20s — getting a boyfriend or girlfriend is a risky act putting their hard-won fame on the line.
4-member girl group 2NE1′s Sandara Park made a good-natured complaint about her future love life.
Sandara Park, who recently had an interview with Star News and several other media, said, “We are prohibited from entering into a love relationship, but together with Bom, that has been lessened until May next year,” she smiled while saying.
Below is the translated statement of YG Entertainment, as published in Soompi: "2NE1's exclusive contract expired in May 2016, and with Minzy leaving 2NE1, we have come to the decision to officially disband after extensive discussion with the remaining members.
"As 2NE1 was YG's official girl group for seven years, we cannot begin to express how we feel, but we determined that it was too difficult to continue.Then she added, “But when the prohibition period has ended, will we really get boyfriends? Sandara Park revealed that the love prohibition period was about not having any boyfriend for 5 years after their debut, which was a promise that YG Entertainment President, Yang Hyun Suk, had them make.