South Korean K-pop singer embroiled in sex scandal arrives at court

South Korean K-pop singer embroiled in sex scandal arrives at court

South Korean K-pop singer embroiled in sex scandal arrives at court

Written by Reuters

21 Mar, 2019 | 8:14 am

Reuters – South Korean singer and television celebrity, Jung Joon-young, arrived at Seoul Central District Court on Thursday (March 21) morning to attend a hearing to review an arrest warrant request against him.

Jung, who is accused of illicitly taping and sharing sex videos said he had committed “an inexcusable crime” an admitted all his charges before the court hearing started. The court decision on the arrest warrant is expected to come out later Thursday.

Singer Lee Seung-Hyun, 28, better known by the stage name Seungri, is also suspected of paying for prostitutes for foreign businessmen to drum up investment in his business.

Lee and Jung were both members of online chat groups where secret sex tapes were shared, and men joked about drugging and raping women, the broadcaster SBS said.

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