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Sex, lies and video: K-pop world rocked by sex scandals

By Reuters
30 March 2019   |   2:53 pm
South Korea police are questioning two K-pop stars, including boyband Big Bang's Seungri, over allegations of sex tapes, secret chat about rape, and deals facilitated by prostitutes.

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