C-JeS Entertainment is a South Korean entertainment company established in 2009, handling the management of various artists. Its roster includes popular boy band JYJ; singer Gummy; actors Choi Min-sik, Sol Kyung-gu, and Song Il-gook; and actresses Hwang Jung-eum and Kang Hye-jung.
|Founded||Seoul, South Korea (December 21, 2009 )|
|Headquarters||629-7, Yeoksam 1-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
Number of locations
|Baek Chang-ju (founder, CEO)|
|Revenue||32.6 billion won (2011)|
Number of employees
|Subsidiaries||C-JeS Content Tree|
The agency was established to meet the management needs of Jaejoong, Junsu and Yoochun, former members of TVXQ, after the trio filed a lawsuit against their former record label, S.M. Entertainment. The singers met Baek Chang-jou in mid-2009, not long after they filed the lawsuit. C-JeS was established shortly after that. Baek has directly said in the interview that C-JeS was established solely because of JYJ. Baek invested heavily in building the newly created band, JYJ's image and credibility after the Korean entertainment industry closed its doors on the artists perceived as "rebels" for going against their previous management.
- Chae Shi-ra
- Choi Min-sik
- Ha Seok-jin
- Hong Jong-hyun
- Hwang Jung-eum
- Ji Il-joo
- Jin Ji-hee
- Jin Hee-kyung
- Jin Hyuk
- Jung In-sun
- Jung Seonah
- Jung Suk-won
- Kim Hye-eun
- Kim Nam-gil
- Kim Yoo-ri
- Kang Hye-jung
- Kim Jae-joong
- Kim Junsu
- Lee Re
- Lee Soo-kyung
- Moon So-ri
- Park Sung-woong
- Park Yu-hwan
- Ra Mi-ran
- Ryu Jun-yeol
- Ryu Ui-hyun
- Sol Kyung-gu
- Song Il-gook
- Uhm Ji-won
- Yoon Ji-hye
- Yoon Sang-hyun
- Chun Myo-jung
- Hwang Eun-kyung
- Hwang Min-ah
- Jo Won-ki
- Kim Sun-deok
- Kwon Ki-young
- Noh Ji-seol
- Yoon In-na
- Yoon Young-mi
- Sungkyunkwan Scandal (KBS 2TV, 2010) (with RaemongRaein Co., Ltd.)
- Miss Ripley (MBC TV, 2011) (with Curtain Call Media)
- Three Days (SBS TV, 2014) (with Golden Thumb Pictures)
- Bubbly Lovely (SBS TV, 2016)
- Welcome to Waikiki (JTBC, 2018) (with Drama House)
- Switch (SBS TV, 2018)
- Mung Bean Flower (SBS TV, 2019)
- Welcome to Waikiki 2 (JTBC, 2019) (with Drama House)
- Shady Mom-in-Law (SBS TV, 2019) (with SBS Plus)
Stage and musicalEdit
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