K-pop star quits over secret sex videos

K-pop star quits over secret sex videos

While investigating that case, police reportedly found Jung's videos, the BBC reported.

Thereafter, Jung's agency MAKEUS entertainment shared a written statement whereby the K pop singer admitted himself and apologised for illicitly filming and sharing the intimate videos in certain online group chats. "I, Jung Joon Young, once again realized the seriousness of this situation after returning to Korea on March 12".

On Monday, Seungri (born Lee Seung-hyun) posted a message on his personal Instagram account, expressing his intent to retire.

According to the K-pop website, an SBS broadcast revealed what it said were screenshots of the alleged chat room that the celebrities were participants of.

This is not the first time Jung has been accused of filming a sexual encounter without consent.

Despite denying the allegations, Seungri not only faces a demise of his career, he could also be jailed for up to three years as prostitution is illegal in South Korea, The Guardian reported.

Jung and Seungri are scheduled to appear before the police on Thursday to be questioned over their charges.

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"We would like to extend our deepest apologies for causing so much worry to fans and the public regarding the case of violence that occured at the club managed by Seungri and the subsequent development of events", YG said.

"Hello, this is YG Entertainment".

The next day, on March 13, YG released a second statement saying it had "accepted Seungri's request to terminate his exclusive contract", AllKPop reported.

Like Seungri, Jung announced that he also would be leaving the industry following the accusations made against him.

"In regards to what is being said in relation to me, I admit to all my crimes".

Singer Jung Joon-young, 30, announced Tuesday that he's retiring from showbusiness amid the accusations that he shot and shared the illicit footage with others without his partner's consent, the AFP reported.

"Most of all, I kneel down to apologize to the women who appear in the videos and all those who might be disappointed and upset at this shocking incident", Jung said.