Park Jin-young, CEO of JYP Entertainment, disclosed that boy band 2PM makes the most profit for the company.
Miss A's Suzy appears to financially contribute to the agency most with her active engagement in several TV commercials, films and dramas.But it is, in fact, 2PM who rakes in the most money, Park told reporters during an interview held in southern Seoul on Tuesday afternoon.
"2PM makes the highest income abroad. They are really popular in Japan and China," he said.
The CEO also talked about his plans for Miss A.
"As Suzy is shooting a film, Miss A is likely make a comeback next summer," he said.
Park, widely known as a composer and producer at home and abroad, completed 20 years this year since his debut as a dancer-singer in 1994.
Park introduced many K-pop artists, including Rain, Wonder Girls, 2AM, 2PM, Miss A, 15& and GOT7, since he founded the entertainment agency in 1997.
The 42-year-old producer will invite the singers who topped music charts with the songs that he composed to the second show of "Milk Music Live Nation" to be held at Seoul Olympic Park on Saturday.