Shannons Mv For Love Dont Hurt Deemed Unsuitable For Broadcast Agency Responds

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Shannons MV For Love Dont Hurt Deemed Unsuitable For Broadcast + Agency Responds
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Shannons MV For Love Dont Hurt Deemed Unsuitable For Broadcast + Agency Responds

With only a few days left until her long-awaited comeback, former K-Pop Star 6 contestant Shannons MV for Love Dont Hurt has been deemed unfit for broadcast, which has inevitably slightly altered her comeback plan.

On June 27, it was announced that the MV was deemed unsuitable for broadcast and referenced a scene that portrayed someone being tattooed as well as other revealing scenes as the primary reasons for the evaluation. The teaser images and teaser video for Shannons comeback revealed the artists bold visual concept, and it was understood that the artist gave an even more intense performance in her full MV.

4 Of PSYs Songs Deemed Unsuitable For Broadcast Purposes By KBS
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4 Of PSYs Songs Deemed Unsuitable For Broadcast Purposes By KBS

On May 17, KBS announced that they had deemed some of the tracks from PSYs new album, including his title track, as unfit for broadcast use.

I LUV IT was deemed unsuitable for broadcast because of inappropriate language. While there are no actual swear words anywhere in the lyrics, the lyrics are written to make it sound like there are swear words, when emphasis is put on specific syllables. Furthermore, PSY uses a term that refers to celebrities in a derogatory way in his song, which was also listed as a reason by KBS for their final evaluation of his song.

BTSs Agency Responds To Reports Of Upcoming Love Yourself Project With Individual Dramas
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BTSs Agency Responds To Reports Of Upcoming Love Yourself Project With Individual Dramas

Big Hit Entertainment has responded to reports about one of the groups planned upcoming projects.

On June 20, a news report was published that claimed BTS is currently working on a new album with the theme of Love Yourself. It said that the members would be each releasing a video that would take the form of a drama, with the videos released in succession.

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The agency was also reported to be recruiting story writers, as well as contacting talent agencies in secret to find actors to act alongside the members. A representative from BTS was reported to have responded that the groups new album concept has not yet been decided.

WATCH: Shannon Drops First Teaser Video For Love Dont Hurt, With English Version To Feature f(x)s Amber
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WATCH: Shannon Drops First Teaser Video For Love Dont Hurt, With English Version To Feature f(x)s Amber

Shannon has shared a first look at her long-awaited upcoming comeback!

The MBK Entertainment solo artist, who made her debut in 2014 and became well known after she appeared as a contestant on K-pop Star 6, will soon be making a return after over two years since her last release. She has now shared a mesmerizing and dramatic teaser video for her song Love Don’t Hurt.

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Prior to sharing the first glimpse at her new music video, Shannon personally announces to fans in the video in English that she’ll be releasing both Korean and English versions of her new single. The Korean version will feature Lil Boi of Geeks, while the English version will feature Amber of f(x)!

Former Idol Group Member Arrested For Smuggling Drugs, His Former Agency Responds
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Former Idol Group Member Arrested For Smuggling Drugs, His Former Agency Responds

Former Underdog member Steelo (real name: Lee Dong Hae) has been arrested for smuggling drugs.

On April 26, a source from Underdogs former agency 2able Company stated, Underdogs contract as well as Steelos contract have been canceled.

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The former members of Underdog have already dispersed, so we do not know what is happening at the moment, the source continued.

Meanwhile, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency investigated suspects who hid drugs in international mail or travel bags to sell them to entertainment businesses and employees in the Gangnam area. They were able to arrest 19 out of 101 suspects on April 26.