These K-Pop Music Videos were banned from television in South Korea at some point during their release. Some were banned for insane reasons, while others are understandably not suitable for the airwaves. Whether they be too sexy, too violent, or too crazy, Korea wanted to censor these music videos.
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These are the Banned K-Pop Music Videos:
Norazo – “Your Fortune”
– Banned for its discussion of hypnotism & over-exposure of tattoos.
Stellar – “Vibrato”
– Obviously banned for their 19+ sexual themes like vagina symbolism.
Fiestar – “One More”
– The lyrics got this song banned, for talking of a sexual threesome.
BigBang – “Bae Bae”
– Banned for its ‘not-so-subtle’ symbolism (like a white liquid shooting out a syringe).
Zico – “Tough Cookie”
– Banned for homophobic & racist slurs, + sensitive imagery.
Tablo – “Bad”
– Banned for suggestive imagery.
Miryo – “Dirty”
– Banned for using the word “cross-eyed,” which might offend people.