Reblogged By: De De Tillman; International Celebrity Blogger
Source:Koreaboo – Star News, Digital Times
Media: Koreaboo – Star News, Digital Times
Posted:Wednesday August 6, 2014 @ 7:25 p.m PST
Fourteen songs are the latest to have been banned by broadcasting network, KBS, as of August 6th.
After further review, KBS has deemed JYJ’s title track “Back Seat” from their 2nd album, Hyuna’s “A Talk,” “Blacklist,” and “French Kiss” from her 3rd EP, and HA:TFELT’s (Yenny of Wonder Girls) “Bond” from her debut EP, unfit for broadcasting on their network.
According to KBS, JYJ’s lyric “Put you on back seat” from their title track “Back Seat” and the line “Do it” from Hyuna’s “French Kiss,” are inappropriate due to its suggestive nature as it associates an affair between two lovers.
Furthermore, Hyuna’s “Blacklist” was banned due to the vulgar lyric and profanity found in the track, while HA:TFELT’s “Bond” was unsuitable for broadcasting due to the line and English profanity, “god damn.”
Other artists whose tracks were banned included Unchained’s “Paris” and “고자질,” as well as Rose Garden’s “Not My Style,” to which KBS claimed their lyrics hindered youth’s development.
In other news, JYJ has recently completed their “JYJ Membership Week” along with a showcase following the release of their 2nd studio album. Hyuna continues to promote her title track “Red,” to which she has won another award on MBC “Show Champion” last night. HA:TFELT is also still doing promotions with her heartfelt and powerful track, “Ain’t Nobody.”