According to Chosun, during a recent interrogation, Yoo In Suk confessed that he and Seungri helped a group of Japanese partners (about 9 people) find prostitutes when they worked in Korea in 2015. More than 10 women came to the hotel in 2015.

Yoo In Suk declared that the cost for the group at the hotel was 30 million won (600 million VND), which Seungri paid with the credit card of the legal representative of YG company (the company that used to manage Seungri).

Seungri (left) and Yoo In Suk.

Seungri admitted to paying 30 million won for the hotel but did not solicit prostitution.

According to the police investigation, in the chat group with Seungri and Yoo In Suk many times they mentioned finding prostitutes for Japanese customers, so the male singer could not help but know the incident.

In addition to accusations of brokering prostitution for Japanese customers, Seungri was accused of bringing call girls to his birthday party in the Philippines in 2017 to serve his business partners.

On April 25, YG company issued a statement denying involvement in Seungri’s prostitution brokerage case, saying the male singer used his money to pay hotel expenses.

The business partner confessed that Seungri used to broker prostitution

Seungri bowed his head and apologized

Seungri bowed his head and apologized when he was summoned in March.

The police are considering applying for an arrest warrant for Seungri and Yoo In Suk.

MBC recently revealed more scandals at Burning Sun – the nightclub that Seungri invested in.

Seungri’s scandal unfolds

At the end of January, Burning Sun nightclub, invested by Seungri, experienced violence and sexual harassment.

Next, Seungri and Yoo In Suk were investigated for embezzling money from Monkey Museum – another nightclub that the two operated.

The male singer is also being investigated for spreading depraved photos when participating in a sex chat group with Jung Joon Young.

Faced with a series of accusations, Seungri only admitted to violating the Food Safety and Hygiene law by registering Monkey Museum as a restaurant instead of a bar.

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