DSP Media finally addressed the rumors about KARA breaking up. Today, the girls' agency admitted that KARA's career is still up for negotiation, but the future of the group lies in the members' hands.  

"The members have not said anything directly about relocating agencies," a representative told Herald POP. "While it is true that the three members have been in touch with other agencies, we do not know what their exact intentions are."

DSP Media did clear up any speculation about member Young Ji's solo career rumors. "She is continuing the daily training she always received. The existing members' stances have not been put into order yet. We have never made plans for Youngji's solo preparations."

Park Gyu Ri, Han Seung Yeon and Goo Ha Ra's contracts end this month, while the newest member, Heo Young Ji, still has much more time left on her contract. In December, rumors began swirling that the three idols would sign with a different agency and focus on their acting careers. Young Ji even removed KARA's name from her Instagram account recently. 

KARA debuted in 2007. Over the course of their 9-year career, they underwent a few member changes when Kim Sung Hee, Nicole Jung, and Kang Ji Young all parted ways with the group.

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Source: Via