April 3rd, 2012 by Oh! Kpop
T-ara’s “Lovey Dovey” MV ruled unsafe by the Commission on Youth Protection
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Underage minors will now be unable to view T-ara‘s “Lovey Dovey” music video, as it has been deemed unsafe.
The Commission on Youth Protection has ruled that T-ara’s “Lovey Dovey” MV is unsafe for teenagers. The video that features the T-ara members along with actor Cha Seung Won includes a few scenes including violence and drugs, and the Commission on Youth Protection saw this as problematic.
Hip Hop artist Defconn‘s MV for “First Classic” was also banned, due to it’s drug references and sexually suggestive scenes, while the OST “Same Thing, Different Day” for musical ‘Next To Normal‘ starring Kolleen Park, Nam Kyung Joo, Oh Soyeon, and Han Jisang has also been banned for it’s vulgarism and suicidal references.
The songs and videos ruled as unsafe for teenagers cannot air on television before 10PM, and the album copies that include the songs in question must be sold with a ‘Prohibited Sale to Minors Under 19‘ sticker in accordance with the Youth Protection Law.
Source & Image: Newsis via Nate