South Korean TV programme Unanswered Questions alleges that many people writing songs for K-pop bands like Exo (above) were not getting the credit, or pay, they deserved. South Korean TV programme Unanswered Questions alleges that many people writing songs for K-pop bands like Exo (above) were not getting the credit, or pay, they deserved.
South Korean TV programme Unanswered Questions alleges that many people writing songs for K-pop bands like Exo (above) were not getting the credit, or pay, they deserved.

Who is really writing K-pop songs? Students among those not getting credit for their work, TV report alleges

  • A South Korean TV series alleges that K-pop music executives are among those passing off the work of other people – including students – as their own
  • Students in music programmes in universities have also reportedly had their work passed off by professors to entertainment companies

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
South Korean TV programme Unanswered Questions alleges that many people writing songs for K-pop bands like Exo (above) were not getting the credit, or pay, they deserved. South Korean TV programme Unanswered Questions alleges that many people writing songs for K-pop bands like Exo (above) were not getting the credit, or pay, they deserved.
South Korean TV programme Unanswered Questions alleges that many people writing songs for K-pop bands like Exo (above) were not getting the credit, or pay, they deserved.
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