The list of banned songs in Korea continues to increase, as it's just been revealed that Jewelry's "One More Time" was the newest song to be served a notice. Three years after its release, Jewelry's "One More Time" has been classified as 'hazardous for children' by the Ministry of Gender Equality & Family. Jewelry's management company, Star Empire, received a notice from the Ministry of Gender Equality & Family about how the song was banned due to suggestive lyrics. The problem is, the song was released back in February of 2008 and so it's already been airing for three years and five months. Star Empire stated, "We are very taken aback due to the fact that the ministry banned a song that was released three years and five months ago. We are currently planning to submit a letter of opinion, stating our objections to the Ministry of Gender Equality & Family." Source: Daily News via Nate
Posted byWednesday, July 27, 2011
Jewelry's "One More Time" deemed as 'hazardous for children'
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