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Former AOA Member ChoA Heralds Her Full-Fledged Comeback by Signing a Contract with New Label

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ChoA, a former member of AOA, got settled in a new label.

According to a media outlet, ChoA will make a fresh start at Great M Entertainment, a new label founded by Kim Young Sun, a founding member and a former managing director of FNC Entertainment.

While working in FNC Entertainment, Kim has discovered and produced many top artists, including FT Island, CNBLUE, AOA, N.Flying, SF9, Cherry Bullet, and actor Jung Hae In.

ChoA made her debut as a member of AOA in 2012 and was active until June 2017. She was the oldest and the main vocalist of the group, but left the team and entertainment industry due to depression and insomnia, and spent a long time recharging herself.

But recently, she signaled her comeback by participating in the OST of To All The Guys Who Loved Me. Now that she joined hands with a new label, attention is focusing on her full-fledged comeback.

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