Loen Entertainment





Loen Entertainment is the home of Artists such as Sunny Hill (2007; debuted at Nega Entertainment), Zia (2007), IU (2008), Son GaIn (Brown Eyed Girls; 2010), Fiestar (2012) & History (2013). Founded by Min Young Bin in 1992 having the name Seoul Records (changed to Loen last 2008). Aside from being an entertainment label, it's also a Music Distributor.


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Dinoxninja #2
Chapter 26: How long did it take for jellyfish to contact you?
morningskies #3
can you explain trainee contracts given by the company?
nanaseirenishihara #4
Can you briefly tell me about Stardom entertainment? I want to audition at that company but I got no lead as I really don't understand anything.
What I need to do. And I want it to be in online audition as I'm not Korean.
QueenofKpop #5
Chapter 25: hey , i have question for the bighits entertainment application , on the application it says "FAVORITE" , what's that suppose to mean ?
CaptainSquishy #6
Chapter 33: Does anyone know about the KPOP training course in FNC Academy in Korea? I'm actually interested. I hope they're still open next year.

Here's the link:
Keolette #7
Chapter 32: hello! I just subscribed to this story, and your contents are really helpful... (already upvoted because of that) I would like to ask about the song choices... what do you mean by intro songs? What are the things that we should consider in choosing a song?
Ms_Brightside #8
Can you give us info if Koop star hunt is having a new season this year? I think not because the last years they had it usually in august.
EvilMaknae187 #9
Chapter 33: So, I was wondering.

I'm not stick thin, but I am fit, and in good shape. I've got a really good voice (or so I've been told), and I've been dancing since I was three. (So, more than 15 years) Not a day goes by where I don't think about being on stage, performing in front of people, singing in a language that is not my natural language, and meeting people that I only ever see on my computer screen as a colleague rather than as a fan meeting her idol. I've been singing and dancing on stage since I was six, and it's my passion. I'm an endurance runner, so hard work and commitment are not an issue for me, neither is the overwhelming workload that comes with being a trainee, much less an idol.
The only problem is: I'm an American, and I don't look Asian even a little. (Except for when I smile, because my eyes get TINY, since I've got a shred of some kind of Asian in me.) My legs are not long and flawless, even though they're strong and kind of slim. My skin tone is uneven, because I have freckles literally everywhere that the sun hits my skin to tan me, and my hair is not silky, long and jet black.

I'm planning on auditioning for five companies on January 1st, via email, and I wanted to know if it was a good idea or not? Also, which companies should I audition for?
JelaKhin #10
Chapter 32: Thanks for the list! Although I was expecting more American Pop than Kpop when you mentioned no doing covers,but anyway...this helped somehow^^
Squiggles #11
Chapter 32: Hello! You mentioned that we should not cover kpop dances for our audition, but I remembered that Chorong from A Pink covered 4minute's hot issue during her audition and she got in... I'm kinda confused tbh hehe ^^;;