K-pop reality show Produce 101 was found guilty of vote-rigging and saw the series director, Ahn Joon-young, get a two-year prison term and a fine of US$30,000. K-pop reality show Produce 101 was found guilty of vote-rigging and saw the series director, Ahn Joon-young, get a two-year prison term and a fine of US$30,000.
K-pop reality show Produce 101 was found guilty of vote-rigging and saw the series director, Ahn Joon-young, get a two-year prison term and a fine of US$30,000.

No more scandals after Produce 101 drama, makers of new K-pop reality show vow

  • Produce 101 vote-fixing scandal led to the series director getting a two-year prison term and being fined US$30,000, while boy band X1 was disbanded
  • New show I-Land will have BTS and Big Hit Entertainment founder Bang Si-hyuk in charge, and veteran K-pop star Rain as one of the judges

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
K-pop reality show Produce 101 was found guilty of vote-rigging and saw the series director, Ahn Joon-young, get a two-year prison term and a fine of US$30,000. K-pop reality show Produce 101 was found guilty of vote-rigging and saw the series director, Ahn Joon-young, get a two-year prison term and a fine of US$30,000.
K-pop reality show Produce 101 was found guilty of vote-rigging and saw the series director, Ahn Joon-young, get a two-year prison term and a fine of US$30,000.
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