Ever since girl group Rania finally unveiled themselves earlier this week, the topic of their provocative choreography and stage outfits became the most debated issue amongst K-Pop fans. Although they debuted on Mnet yesterday, they still have three more public broadcast programs to go, leading many to wonder how they'll fare with KBS, MBC, and SBS's strict regulations. On April 8th, a representative of DR Music responded to the concerns through BNT News by stating, "First of all, thank you for your interest in Rania's debut. We did not intend for this controversy to occur. As the song itself is composed by a foreign producer, we merely came up with a choreography and wardrobe that best fit to the song's concept." They continued, "Even without such a controversy, Rania is a talented group in terms of vocal skills, so we're very upset that this is occurring." When asked about the girls' debut on "Music Bank" today, he revealed, "We have already finished the dry rehearsal. The amount of skin exposure is about the same as Mnet yesterday, but we've put the focus on a jacket with accessories. We've already produced the outfits prior to their debut, so we cannot change anything just for their public broadcast debuts." When asked if they would change their choreography or outfits if requested by KBS, he replied, "It's upsetting, but because Rania is a rookie girl group, we are willing to change it up to a certain point if they become a problem." Do check back for their "Dr. Feel Good" Music Bank debut stage on April 8th. Source: BNT News via Nate
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Posted by Friday, April 8, 2011
DR Music responds to concerns about Rania's provocative choreography & stage outfits
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