The Jung Joon Young Scandal is Unraveling Korean Entertainment Industry.

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The media storm that has surrounded the Burning Sun, Seungri and Jung Joon Young Scandal have been nothing short of crazy. The whole world was paying attention as we see what can be described as a domino effect reverberate through the Korean Society. From prostitution, illegal gambling, bribing, sex tapes and more, we have seen celebrities, Ceo’s, Police officers and even talks of politicians exposed.

Companies like YG entertainment is in crisis due to the loss of millions of dollars in investment. Shows like 2 Days and 1 Night will be going on an indefinite break due to all its major stars being caught up in a scandal. Bands like Seungri’s taking a hit, plus many others in jeopardy.

What this scandal has highlighted is that this is just the tip of the iceberg. There are rumors floating around that this scandal is connected to many more people in powerful places. I definitely believe this to be true. There is one thing I know to be true, that is money follows money. What I mean by this is that all these celebrities are connected in some way or another,  which is why so many were exposed this time around.

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If you notice whenever any of these celebs were exposed the first thing they do is announce their retirement or distanced themselves from the scandal. By doing this, I think they were trying to minimize the investigation and the damage done. But more importantly to minimize the investigation, because they know that digging just a little bit deeper could implicate them more plus others in higher positions.

I will say this in closing don’t be surprised if you in the coming months there are many more cases of scandal. These scandals will be involving Ceos, Politicians and Top executives in the entertainment industry.

With that being said this is all my speculations and opinions. You can let me know what you think in the comment section. 

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