Luhan has responded to SM Entertainment's latest legal injunction that is attempting to halt his acting activities in China. Read his statement...
6 Feb 2015 - 12:34 PM  UPDATED 6 Feb 2015 - 12:47 PM

As TV Report reports, former EXO-M Luhan, has released a statement in response to SM Entertainment’s new legal actions. SM Entertainment are currently attempting to stall both Luhan's and fellow former member Wu Yifan's (Kris) profitable acting activities in China.  

Click to read SM Entertainment's full statement detailing their new legal claim

Luhan’s legal representative revealed via a TV interview with media outlet Sohu that they had not received any kind of formal statement from SM Entertainment. The representative stated, “SM Entertainment pressed legal charges and issued a statement, but we only found out through reports. Both sides showed willingness to negotiate during the proceedings in Korean court, but the sudden development of this event surprised us.”

“We don’t know the full details with regards to the statement that entered into Shanghai court, but if it has anything to do with the exclusive contract, the jurisdiction is in Korea not Shanghai. The court case we began in Korea is also about the nullification of said contract. We will be issuing an official statement and try to find out more about SM’s statment as well.”

Luhan and his lawyers are also set to meet SM Entertainment today on February 6th at Seoul’s courts to commence their third mediation, having failed two attempts prior.  

Luhan's representative continued, “We are trying to negotiate terms to come to an agreement with SM. We will keep trying to come to an agreement with SM.”