Song Ha-yoon extends contract with JYP
June Kang, May 2, 2016, 9:31 a.m.
Actress Song Ha-yoon has extended her contract with JYP Entertainment, according to the agency Monday. “(Song and JYP Entertainment) have built confidence which was very crucial in extending the contract,” JYP Entertainment said in a statement. “We will continue to support the actress, as we have done until now.”
Song inked a contract with JYP Entertainment in 2013, and has since acted in films such as “The Whistleblower” (2014) and dramas such as Web series “Dream Night” (2015), KBS 2TV‘s morning soap opera “But the Lush Day” (2015), among others.
Song was widely recognized for her breakthrough role of O-wol in MBC’s soap opera “My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol,” which ended in February. The actress is reported to have finished filming JYP-sponsored romance drama “I Will Touch You,” where she costars with 2PM’s Taecyeon.
In the Web series poised to be aired in June, a mysterious man who can see the future (Taecyeon) encounters an aspiring makeup artist (Song Ha-yoon) and builds a relationship.