It’s not me: South Korean female stars rush to deny K-pop sex videos

SEOUL --- Female K-pop stars and actors have rushed to issue denials that they appear in sex videos secretly shot by male singers, illustrating women's fears about victim-blaming and stigma in the face of South Korea's enduring conservative social values. In three days, no fewer than five male K-pop singers, including mega star Seungri, have been identified as recipients of illicit videos made by singer-songwriter Jung Joon-young of sexual acts with women, taken without their consent. Three are being investigated by police, while four have announced their retirements or quit their bands. There has been widespread online speculation on the victims' identities. At least four wom...

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