The Korea Herald/Asia News Network
K-pop boy band Beast. (facebook.com/beast.unitedcube/-)
Boy band Beast is nearing the end of their contract with its current agency, Cube Entertainment, which has led fans to speculate the future of the group.
Beast first debuted in October 2009 and their seven-year contract ends within the next month, but they have not yet disclosed any plans for renewing their contract with Cube.
According to Cube Entertainment, a new contract has been offered to Beast, but they have not yet decided on their future.
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Some fans have predicted that Beast will simply renew their contract since they have been with Cube since their idol training days.
Other fans suggested that the group might disband to pursue solo careers.
At this point, Beast have many other options available, such as signing to a new label or creating their own independent label like long-running boy band Shinhwa.
With only a few weeks left to their contract, fans have begun wondering what the groups’ plans entail.
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