KBS bans Stellar's debut MV, "Rocket Girl", for violence and sexually suggestive content

August 23, 2011 @ 5:55 am
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Although they've just released their debut music video, girl group Stellar have been slammed with a ban from KBS for sexually suggestive content in "Rocket Girl". Composed by Kim Do Hyun (of Lee Hyori's hit track, "10 Minutes"), "Rocket Girl" carried a theme of enjoying life with confidence. The music video itself fits the song's quirky atmosphere, but KBS viewed the music video as too offensive, as it contained sexually suggestive scenes of the members in leggings and violent content involving gun fights. MBC and SBS passed the music video with no problems. A representative of Stellar's agency revealed, "The music video features a lot of impressive scenes, but it's been met with an unexpected ban from KBS. Unfortunately, we were left with no choice but to re-edit the entire music video, deleting scenes that had fighting and the members' sexy outfits." They continued, "Fortunately, KBS accepted the re-evaluation and passed the music video. Due to requests from fans, we will be releasing the unedited music video in full through YouTube at a later date." Source + Photos: Star News via Nate

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· Posted June 16, 2014 @ 7:07 pm

Oh the progression of K-pop.

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