#MeToo hits K-pop: South Korean music industry forced to confront misogyny and abuse

//#MeToo hits K-pop: South Korean music industry forced to confront misogyny and abuse

#MeToo hits K-pop: South Korean music industry forced to confront misogyny and abuse

For many South Koreans, the admission by a K-pop star that he secretly filmed himself having sex with women and shared the footage with other celebrities was yet more evidence of a culture of misogyny and sexual abuse that has put the country at the epicentre of Asia’s #MeToo movement.The sordid details of Jung Joon-young’s alleged misconduct sounded familiar in a society struggling to cope with a voyeurism epidemic – especially in a week when two other men were arrested for allegedly filming 1…

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By | 2019-03-25T14:30:12+00:00 March 25th, 2019|Music|Comments Off on #MeToo hits K-pop: South Korean music industry forced to confront misogyny and abuse