Singer-songwriter Jung Joon-young admitted filming himself having sex and sharing the footage without his partners' consent Photo: YONHAP/AFP
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A burgeoning K-pop sex scandal claimed a second scalp as a singer who rose to fame after coming second in one of South Korea's top talent shows admitted secretly filming himself having sex and sharing the footage.

Jung Joon-young, 30, announced his immediate retirement from showbusiness amid allegations he shot and shared sexual imagery without his partners' consent.

"I admit to all my crimes," he said.

"I filmed women without their consent and shared it in a chatroom, and while I was doing so I didn't feel a great sense of guilt," he added in a statement released late Tuesday.

Jung was one of three male artists in a group chat room where some members shared secretly filmed footage of a sexual nature of at least 10 women, according to local broadcaster SBS.

K-pop singer Seungri, a hugely successful member of boy band BIGBANG who announced his retirement from show business on Monday amid a sex-for-investment criminal investigation, was also a member of the chatroom, the broadcaster said.

K-pop stars generally cultivate clean-cut images -- and are actively promoted by the South Korean government as a key cultural export -- making the scandal even more shocking.

In 2016, Jung was charged with filming a video with a sexual partner without her consent and knowledge, but prosecutors dropped the case for lack of evidence after she withdrew her accusation.

Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency will question him later this week, an officer told AFP.

Seungri -- who has multiple business interests -- was interviewed at the weekend over accusations he lobbied potential investors by offering them the services of prostitutes at nightclubs in Seoul's posh Gangnam district.

The 29-year-old is also linked to a police investigation into Burning Sun, a nightclub where he was a public relations director, where staff are alleged to have used hidden cameras to film women and used alcohol and drugs to sexually assault them.

South Korea has been battling a growing epidemic of so-called "molka" -- spycam videos which largely involve men secretly filming women and sharing the illicit content with others.

"This case just shows that male K-pop stars are no exception when it comes to being part of this very disturbing reality that exploits women," women's rights activist Bae Bok-ju told AFP.

? 2019 AFP

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Disgusting

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'Tis Indeed sick if these men were filming women without consent, and they should be rightfully fired and charged with any relevant crimes. It is unforgivable. That said, it's not a "K-pop" problem, it's a problem with these idiots, same as all the people here, there, and everywhere that do it to the point where governments have had to create new laws (including for "revenge porn").

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https://www.thisisinsider.com/seungri-bang-bang-joon-young-k-pop-prostitutes-porn-drugs-scandal-2019-3

"Korea's K-Pop scene is going through a sex, drugs, and pornography scandal that has lowered the bar even by the genre's infamously dismal standards.

K-Pop has a 30-year history of serious wrongdoings, including allegations of sex-tape blackmailing, affairs, secret marriages, suicide, drugs, and physical abuse."

Sounds like a "k-pop" problem.

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Hmmmmm...... Surprise surprise, showbiz is a bit of a morally hazardous environment. Worldwide.

Who would have thought that the squeaky clean K=pop idols are also a bit dodgy?

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In 2016, Jung was charged with filming a video with a sexual partner without her consent and knowledge, but prosecutors dropped the case for lack of evidence after she withdrew her accusation.

In a case like that, if there is other evidence besides the victim's accusation, they should prosecute the suspect anyway.

I'm guessing she "withdrew her accusation" because he (or his agency) paid her off.

That should not be allowed. It only allows the rich and famous to buy their way out of trouble.

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Who would have thought that the squeaky clean K=pop idols are also a bit dodgy?

You are just being sarcastic, right? Jang Ja Yeon‘s death was very shocking scandal and I believe it’s only a tip of the iceberg.

https://www.koreaboo.com/lists/10-sex-scandals-shocked-kpop-industry/

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"I admit to all my crimes," he said.

Wow someone admit a crime, oh old on its not japan.

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@kobewhitebarowner

It wouldn't be K pop then, it would be J pop

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Gangnam style.... I guess.

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