(From left to right, top) Seungri, Goo Hara, Tenashar, Sulli, Seungri, Jung Joon-young and Cha In-ha have all made headlines this year in the South China Morning Post’s five top music stories of 2019. (From left to right, top) Seungri, Goo Hara, Tenashar, Sulli, Seungri, Jung Joon-young and Cha In-ha have all made headlines this year in the South China Morning Post’s five top music stories of 2019.
(From left to right, top) Seungri, Goo Hara, Tenashar, Sulli, Seungri, Jung Joon-young and Cha In-ha have all made headlines this year in the South China Morning Post’s five top music stories of 2019.

From K-pop scandals and deaths to DJ Tenashar’s downfall, our five top music stories of 2019

  • An investigation sparked by events at Seoul’s Burning Sun nightclub, co-owned by Big Bang’s Seungri, revealed a chat group sharing secretly recorded sex videos
  • K-pop was also in the news over the deaths of singers Goo Hara and Sulli; Asian music festivals and the travails of DJ Tenashar also piqued readers’ interest

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
(From left to right, top) Seungri, Goo Hara, Tenashar, Sulli, Seungri, Jung Joon-young and Cha In-ha have all made headlines this year in the South China Morning Post’s five top music stories of 2019. (From left to right, top) Seungri, Goo Hara, Tenashar, Sulli, Seungri, Jung Joon-young and Cha In-ha have all made headlines this year in the South China Morning Post’s five top music stories of 2019.
(From left to right, top) Seungri, Goo Hara, Tenashar, Sulli, Seungri, Jung Joon-young and Cha In-ha have all made headlines this year in the South China Morning Post’s five top music stories of 2019.
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