YG Faces "Winter" Due To Burning Sun Scandal
Seungri, a member of South Korean K-pop band Big Bang, arrives to be questioned over a sex bribery case at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in Seoul, South Korea, March 14, 2019.
(Photo: REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji)

The Police Commissioner has vowed to investigate YG Entertainment.

The Commissioner General of the Korea National Police Agency Min Gap Ryong held a press conference on June 17th to address the drug suspicions surrounding YG Entertainment.

He stated, "We will thoroughly investigate the suspicions that were raised by forming an exclusive team that will be headed by the director of the detective division at Gyeonggi Southern Provincial Police Agency. We learned a lesson while investigating Burning Sun. By fully utilizing the knowledge we gained through previous drug cases and other similar cases, we will conduct an exhaustive investigation to resolve all of the suspicions raised by the public.”

When asked whether they plan to investigate Yang Hyun Suk he said, "We cannot disclose details about the investigation."

In the meantime, reports have emerged that police reportedly investigated iKON's B.I in 2016 and forwarded the case to prosecution.

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This article is Republished from blog Daily Naver.