The reason MAMAMOO’s agency RBW received various commendations from Ministers 

RBW received recognition for their contribution to the development of the K-content industry and the revitalization of youth employment.

RBW Entertainment received a series of commendations from the Minister of Employment and Labor on December 30th and the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism on December 31st. 

Since 2016, RBW has operated employment support education for students wishing to get jobs in the entertainment industry with the support of the Ministry of Employment and Labor and the Human Resources Development Service of Korea. Until now, RBW has trained 537 graduates. The graduates are employed and working in large entertainment agencies, media companies, and content businesses.


Last year, they established a curriculum called “Entertainment Business/ Music Label Master Class” to provide experience in learning entertainment business practices, such as music planning, production, and promotion. As a result, it was selected as an excellent program by the Ministry of Employment and Labor for the next two years.

In addition, the “Creative Talent Companion Project” organized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Creative Content Agency has also been selected for six consecutive years since 2017. 151 indie musicians and video creators are growing into artists through this project.


Over the past six years, graduates have earned many achievements, including debuting as musical writers, signing exclusive songwriter contracts, winning audition competitions, becoming CF directors, etc. Some of them have also been named as composers of OSTs for dramas on OTT platforms, such as Netflix’s “D.P.” and Wavve’s “Weak Hero”. 

CEO Kim Jin Woo, who is in charge of this project, said, “We think fostering talents for the development of the content industry is the most important and valuable thing we can do right now”, adding “In the future, RBW plans to practice sustainable ESG management through various types of educational projects”.

Source: wikitree

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