“Touch Me” by Ivy
Reason: Deemed inappropriate for children. (Link)
“Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” by Lee Hyo Ri
Reason: Road rules violations, including driving without a seat belt, dancers performing on top of buses, and dancing on the street. (Link)
“Turn It Up” by T. O. P.
Reason: Indirect advertising, uttering brands like Louis Vuitton, Dior, Alexander McQueen, and Dolce & Gabbana. (Link)
“Why Are You Doing This To Me” by Foxy
Reason: Promotion of sexual relationships with men and women. (Link)
“Mirotic” by TVXQ
Reason: Explicit lyrics, particularly “under my skin.” (Link)
“Abracadabra” by Brown Eyed Girls
Reason: BDSM themes, boob touching, and lesbian kissing.
“Strong Baby” by Seung Ri
Reason: The word “crack.” (Link)
“Oppa, Can I Do It?” by E.Via
The song itself was banned. Reason: Oppa is what a young girl calls a slightly older male. Now check the title again. (Link)
“Wealthy 2nd Generation” by AJOO
Reason: Promotion of overindulgence and materialism. (Link)
“Suspicious Man” by Lee Jung Hyun
Reason: An extensive bathroom scene. (Link)
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