From Henry to Jessica, these ex-SM idols are doing great on their own!
7 May 2018 - 3:18 PM  UPDATED 7 May 2018 - 3:18 PM

As one of the biggest and most powerful entertainment companies in K-pop, it's only natural that SM Entertainment has had many different artists come and go over the years.

Here's what five former SM stars are doing nowadays!


The Girls' Generation star has rebranded herself as Tiffany Young and is currently working on a solo career. She's already released one English-language single, an OST for the animated film Coco called "Remember Me."

Henry Lau

Henry has been quite busy since parting ways with SM last week. Not only has he moved into a new apartment, the 28-year-old has just opened his first restaurant. 

Jessica Jung

Jessica has really taken over since leaving Girls' Generation in 2015. Not only is she a successful designer and beauty mogul with stores across Asia (and even a couple in the U.S.), she's also busy as a singer, actress and TV host.

Kris Wu

Former EXO member Kris is now one of China's biggest stars. The 27-year-old has appeared in blockbuster movies in China and America, shared a Chinese Vogue cover with Kendall Jenner, and even cracked the American Billboard hip-hop charts with his Travis Scott collaboration "Deserve."


Stephanie first shot to fame in SM's girl group The Grace, before embarking on a solo music career. These days, she's moved into acting after starring on tvN's Introverted Boss, and also served as a mentor on Mnet's Idol School.


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