They stood in front of the group's label's building with signs and sunflowers
19 Mar 2018 - 9:21 AM  UPDATED 19 Mar 2018 - 9:21 AM

Idol group JBJ recently announced that they will be disbanding after finishing up their 7-month contract. Originally there had been hopes of the contract being extended due to their popularity with fans, but they've confirmed that the group will end on April 30.

To protest against the label's decision, fans gathered outside the Loen Entertainment building, which houses FAVE Entertainment - the label that manages JBJ. They stood silently with a large banner, with each person holding a sunflower.

The label is yet to respond to the protest. 

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