New Wave of Sex Scandals for K–Pop Stars
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Apr 24, 2012, 05:40 PM
The South Korean entertainment industry is marketing K–Pop stars on a global scale, but numerous scandals are emerging that aspiring teenage female singers are being used as sex slaves.

The Korea Times reports that, “at least 11 singing aspirants were forced to have sex with singers of an entertainment agency in southern Seoul. But the actual number of victims could be much more with the Gangnam Police Station refusing to disclose details of the case.”

The alleged agency is Open World Entertainment, which a 51-year-old Chang has been operating since 2007 in Cheongdam-dong.

According to the Korea Times, “the agency announced an apology for the incident last Tuesday after it became public. At first, the police station even rejected to identify the agency on the grounds that victims should be protected.”

The agency promotes the K-Pops stars, Jun-jin and actor Ko Jowoon.

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written by George , April 25, 2012

Sounds like the Jesuits

written by joshua , May 01, 2012

not at all...they are all female.

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