In this talk, we consider a singular quasilinear stochastic PDE with spatial white noise as a potential over 1-dimensional torus. Such singular stochastic PDEs are derived from the study of the hydrodynamic scaling limit of a microscopic interacting particle system in a random environment. Under some sufficient conditions on coefficients and the noise, we study the global existence of solutions in paracontrolled sense, and we also show the convergence of the solutions to its stationary solutions as time goes to infinity. We use the approach based on energy inequality and Poincare inequality in our proofs. This talk is based on a joint work with T. Funaki.