K-Pop's Treasure loses 2 members | Inquirer Entertainment

K-Pop’s Treasure loses 2 members

/ 06:28 PM November 08, 2022
Bang Yedam and Mashiho. Image from YG Entertainment / The Korea Herald / ANN

Bang Yedam and Mashiho. Image from YG Entertainment / The Korea Herald / ANN

Two members of Treasure decided to quit and the band will reorganize into a 10-piece act, YG Entertainment announced Tuesday.

Bang Yedam and Mashiho terminated their contracts with the company after a long discussion, the label said via a fan community platform, asking for understanding and continued support for the two.

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Mashiho reportedly needs more time for health reasons, while Bang wants to focus on his capabilities as a producer.

The two have put on hold all group activities since late May. YG Entertainment said in July that status would remain until the end of the year.

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Treasure debuted in 2020 with the single “The First Step: Chapter One.” It released its second EP, “The Second Step: Chapter Two,” last month and will hold a second standalone concert in Seoul next week, before touring Japan from Nov. 26.

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