The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family ('MOGEF') have just revealed their first batch of 'dangerous material' for 2012.
On January 16th, the MOGEF announced that they've censored the music videos for Huh Gak's "Hello" and Kim Hyun Joong's "Lucky Guy" due to its inappropriate content for minors.
The MOGEF claims that Huh Gak's "Hello" is too violent, while Kim Hyun Joong's "Lucky Guy" encourages recklessness.
Joining Huh Gak and Kim Hyun Joong on the list are Simon D, Tablo, and Yoon Mi Rae. Simon D's "Cheerz" has been censored because of the MV's inclusion of "hazardous substances" and "immoral lodgings", while Tablo's "Bad" contains "portrayals of violence and appearance of hazardous substances". Yoon Mi Rae's "Get It In" has likewise been struck out for its scenes of violence.
The censorship will go into effect starting January 23rd.
< Huh Gak, "Hello" >
< Kim Hyun Joong, "Lucky Guy" >
< Tablo, "Bad" >
< Simon D, "Cheerz" >
< Yoon Mi Rae, "Get It In" >
Source & Image: Star News via Nate
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Posted by Monday, January 16, 2012
MOGEF slams Huh Gak, Kim Hyun Joong, and more for dangerous content in MVs
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