Hoya of boy band IN­FI­NITE to leave team

The Korea Times - - PEOPLE -

K-pop act IN­FI­NITE’s main rap­per Hoya will leave the band af­ter seven years, his agency said Wed­nes­day.

“Hoya’s ex­clu­sive seven-year con­tract ended in June. While dis­cussing a re­newal, Hoya de­cided to take a dif­fer­ent path to pur­sue his dream,” said Wool­lim En­ter­tain­ment, IN­FI­NITE’s man­age­ment agency. The six re­main­ing mem­bers all re­newed their con­tracts, ac­cord­ing to Wool­l­lim.

The group de­buted in 2010 and has en­joyed suc­ces­sive com­mer­cial hits, in­clud­ing “Be Mine,” “The Chaser,” “Man In Love” and “The Eye.”

Hoya has ex­panded his show busi­ness ca­reer bound­aries into act­ing, ap­pear­ing in hit TV shows such as “Re­ply 1997,” “Ra­di­ant Of­fice” and “Su­per Fam­ily.”

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