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Fantagio refutes reports which claim the agency is running illegally as the absence of their CEO.
Fantagio has issued an official statement to explain about the situation and say that they are not running illegally.
The agency stated, "We are currently electing a new executive with both professionalism and morals. We have been trying to reach an agreement with the administrative branch in the jurisdiction and relevant organizations."
They continued, "Based on the results by administration branch and legal experts, Fantagio met the requirements specified by the Act on the Development of the Public Culture and Arts Industry. Therefore, Fantagio operated legally. There was only a delay in registration following the dismissal of an executive. It is indeed not an illegal operation."
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