Eunjung who is currently busy promoting in Japan with her group has heard the news about the sanctions against Five Fingers' production and upon knowing it she told the Korean Entertainment Management Association (KEMA) that she just want to forget it all and asked the agency to withdraw the boycott against Five Fingers' production company named YEINEMN. .
On the 16th of November, KEMA revealed "A sudden change in variable occurred after the news spread that we had sent out documents [regarding YEINEMN to our members], right now, our procedure is put on halt", they continued with "It is because T-ara's Eunjung, who is currently promoting in Japan, has requested KEMA to withdraw the sanctions against Five Fingers’ production company YEINEMN regarding the dispute about her being forced off the drama"
It was revealed that Eunjung expressed, "Putting aside right or wrong, I want to put down everything related to Five Fingers and forget it all. If the sanctions against the production company can be withdrawn, then let’s just pretend as if this did not happen".
Because of Eunjung's request KEMA is currently figuring out how to solve this problem. YEINEMN had forced an actor to leave after completion of contract singing, poster shooting, script reading and the press conference, so this cannot be seen only as a problem between one actor and one production company. To prevent similar things from happening again in the future, KEMA decided to respond by taking boycotting measures. Another related person said "Although Eunjung’s opinion should be placed first in resolving this issue, but from KEMA’s perspective, there also needs to be measures put into place to prevent this from happening again in the future".