Hearing that the commission is looking into the matter, netizens responded with varying thoughts: "It"s not even a bed scene, it"s just a kiss scene. Are they saying that it"s more erotic because it"s done by two females? The public, major broadcast station was even airing a bed scene between high school students and them having a baby, why doesn"t the Commission review that instead?", "Well... That"s a cable station and not a major network, that"s why they can air that," "What"s wrong is wrong", "For those who don"t think this is a problem, it is a problem because young students may watch and follow", "If male actors had done a kiss scene, would the Commission be looking into this? Why is it that men can kiss each other but when women kiss one another it becomes an issue?", "If the topic dealt with in the drama is homosexuality, of course they can show a kiss scene. Are we still in the 1980s?", "When I watch broadcast on major networks, there are many scenes when men kiss, but never when women kiss. Why is it that it"s fine when men kiss but women can"t? What exactly is the regulation here?"
It seems many were pointing out the fact that Park Seo Joon and Ji Sung recently shared a smooch in a recent episode of "Kill Me, Heal Me" and that Lee Joon and Go Ah Sung are currently portraying the topic of teen pregnancy on "Heard It Through the Grapevine" - both of which are major network dramas. The overall mood seems to be that if those scenes are fine to be aired even on a major network, why does a simple kiss scene between two women have to be something that needs review?
You can check out the scene below, in which the two female students share a steamy kiss after one tells the other she wants to break up because she is afraid that others may find out about them and judge.