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Various K-pop Media Has Been Deemed Harmful to Young by CYP

5yr ago   ·   Friday 8 Apr, 2011 - 02:08am UTC   ·   elenko94   ·   1 upvote   ·   0 comments   ·   5,367 views
Various K-pop Media Has Been Deemed Harmful to Young by CYP
As of April 5th, certain songs can't be sold to minors under the age of 19 in Korea due to their "harmful content." The same goes to the performances of these songs, they're not allowed to be aired before 10 pm, failure to follow these regulations will result in fines.
The songs that has been judged harmful by the Commission on Youth Protection is,
GD&TOP - "Intro," “Don’t Go Home” and “What Do You Want Me to Do?”
Lee Hyun - “Curse“
Beige - “I Can’t Drink“
Navi - “Today, I Am“
Seeya - “Heels” and “I Still Like You”
Dok2 - “21st Century Traveler,” “Hip Hop” and “I Won’t Lose.”
Various songs by Mighty Mouth and G-Masta were also criticized for their use of slang.

According to CYP these songs contain slangs and/or provocative lyrics.
Source: jpopasia.com
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