Woollim Entertainment released a statement in response to reports that one of Oh My Girl’s albums was donated Lovelyz was sold online.
On May 25, the album in question was offered for sale on an online resale site entitled “Selling” Closer “signed album” Closer “by Oh My Girl.”
The owner of the sales post also wrote: “It also has JinE’s autograph. The message is written in Jiho’s handwriting, so it has a value. The photo card is Binnie. Enter your price. As “Closer” is no longer printed, the price for opened albums is 70,000 won (approx. USD 56) and for sealed albums 130,000 won (approx. 105 USD). Take this into account when placing your bid. “
The post contained a picture of the album. The message on the album reads: “To Lovelyz. Hi! This is oh my girl. “Ah-Choo” is so fresh and bubbly! We hope that you will show a lot of support for our new song “Closer”! We become a group that always works hard. “
Woollim Entertainment replied to the message with an official statement, which reads as follows:
Hello, this is Woollim Entertainment.
We are writing to inform everyone about the illegal sale of our artist’s personal property.
We recently found that a CD that Lovelyz had received as a gift in the past was sold through a mobile application, and we asked both employees and subcontractors how the item leaked. We are currently keeping all items, including CDs, donated to our artists and would like to inform you that we have never shared any items with anyone.
The item in question is a theft. We have requested a police investigation and will do our best to confirm the exact details of the leak and recover the item.
We sincerely apologize to those affected by this unexpected situation. We promise to take additional precautions to ensure that such an incident never happens again.
Thanks a lot.”
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– Lovelyz_Official (@Official_LVLZ) May 25, 2020
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