Kibum Comeback: Former Super Junior Member Resumes Acting Stint With New Agency

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Former Super Junior member Kibum has rarely made appearances and engagements these past few years. This is why when he unmasked himself as “Kicking Cha” on King of Mask Singer last year, many were caught by surprise.

In 2022, though, fans and supporters will be in it for a treat. As it happened, the former K-pop idol will resume his activities as an actor.

The confirmation first emerged when his new agency announced his arrival on their roster of artists on Thursday. AllKpop reported that he is now an official talent of PA Entertainment.

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Kibum Signs With New Agency, PA Entertainment

Earlier on January 13, PA Entertainment released an official statement regarding their new signee, Kibum. As announced, Kim Ki Bum has recently joined the agency to return to his acting stint.

The company said that he signed an "exclusive contract" with them. They also ensured to provide him with their "fullest support," thus, allowing him to resume his "active promotions as an actor."

In the end, PA Entertainment urged the public to give the celebrity their "attention and encouragement."

As for the start of his activities, reports stated that the former Super Junior member will hold a solo fan meeting in March. This will give him the platform to greet his local fans for the first time in a while.

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Debut With Super Junior And Departure From SM Entertainment


Kibum began his career in the world of South Korean entertainment as a trainee under SM Entertainment. He, then, debuted as an actor in 2004, playing a minor role for April Kiss on KBS.

The celebrity did two more acting stints in 2005 before debuting as an original member of Super Junior.

Amid his promotions and activities as a K-pop idol, he continued his acting career. By 2009, he took a break from his group and focused on his series and film projects.

Six years later, Kibum announced his exit from Super Junior, adding that his contract with SM Entertainment also reached its expiration.

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