HAM's agency, Lee Yeon Entertainment, has revealed on October 1st that HAM's comeback track, "So Sexy," has been rejected by KBS for being too sexually suggestive. Lee Yeon Entertainment went on to reveal, "It passed MBC's review. SBS's results are to come out today, but the response seems negative. We've noticed that netizens have a mixed response on this as well and we don't see the controversy ending any time soon." HAM held their comeback stage on "M. Countdown" on September 30th and finally revealed their music video on October 1st through GomTV. Their choreography utilizes moves deemed as sexually suggestive, such as the popping and closing of their clothing. Their lyrics also appear to carry strong sexual innuendos, as found in "I'll have you," and "Come inside of me". Netizens have nicknamed the choreography the "Jacket Dance" and said, "They've put too much focus on one body part. Everything is just too sexually suggestive, it's hard to concentrate on anything else." Lee Yeon Entertainment continued, "We did not intend for this to be so sexually suggestive. We just wanted to have HAM show a new mature image that's different from their standard girlish concepts. We prepared their choreography and outfits to fit the style of their song and concept." They concluded, "We will be editing as much of the lyrics and choreography as we can without drastically changing their original image. The song will be re-submitted for another review." Source + Photo: SPN
Posted byFriday, October 1, 2010
KBS rejects HAM's "So Sexy"
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