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We sometimes question South Korea’s policies regarding censorship within the K-Pop industry because they seem to take up problems with some of the most trivial things.

Below are K-Pop MV’s banned from broadcast for the most ridiculous reasons.

 

PSY was apparently displaying behaviors involving “destruction of public property”

Censorship Reasons For These K-Pop MV’s Are Quite Ridiculous

 

KBS banned this Orange Caramel MV (Catallena ) because the station felt it objectified women as things for sale.

Censorship Reasons For These K-Pop MV’s Are Quite Ridiculous

 

DEAN’s song ‘Instagram’ was banned because it was the name of a brand.

Censorship Reasons For These K-Pop MV’s Are Quite Ridiculous

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BLACKPINK’s smash single ‘BOOMBAYAH’ MV was banned for lyrics making reference to the alcohol, Henessy and for the line ‘F U pay me.’

Censorship Reasons For These K-Pop MV’s Are Quite Ridiculous

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‘KILL THIS LOVE’ MV was banned because Rose wasn’t wearing a seatbelt in one particular scene, violating traffic laws.

Censorship Reasons For These K-Pop MV’s Are Quite Ridiculous

 

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Jun 18, 2019 12:36 pm

This is just stupid......

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Jun 19, 2019 11:07 am
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OH REALLY??!!