K-pop stars in South Korea apologize, retire amid sex scandals

Police on Thursday questioned two K-pop stars over interlocking sex scandals that have fascinated South Korea and prompted both men to announce they're retiring from the entertainment industry.

Seungri, a member of the superstar group Big Bang, bowed deeply at a Seoul police station before more than 100 journalists.

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