Big Bang's Seungri Files Lawsuit Against Shin Eun Sung for Fraud
Guster Moon, Jan. 4, 2016, 11:25 a.m.
Big Bang’s Seungri has kicked off the new year on a bad note it seems, with new of him filing a lawsuit against female singer Shin Eun Sung being released on January 4th. According to Channel A, On December 29th of 2015, Seungri filed the lawsuit to the authorities. The lawsuit states that in June of 2014, Seungri took an offer from Shin Eun Sung to invest in a property.
Seungri accepted the terms and invested 2 billion KRW (approx. 1.7 million USD), and then added an additional 50 million KRW (approx. 43,000 USD) after when Shin Eun Sung told him she needed the extra funds for the building investment corporation. Seungri has still not been paid back it seems, and he is now taking action to recuperate his investment. YG Entertainment commented, "His lawsuit is a personal issue, but the company will likewise take action with him. We will definitely unveil the true relationship through many different investigations."
Shin Eun Sung was a singer who debuted back in 2003, and she recently shut down the entertainment agency that she personally owned.
Lee Seung-hyun (born December 12, 1990), better known by his stage name Seungri, is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actor. He is the youngest member of the South Korean boy band Big Bang, is the Sub-vocalist and dancer in group. V.I is his stage name when performing in Japan. Seungri has released his first solo album, VVIP in 2011 and his second solo mini album "Let's talk about love" in 2013 in both Korean and Japanese version. He debuted in Japan as a solo singer.