Saturday, December 6, 2008

SM entertainment Fight Korean Ministry

SM Entertainment has had enough. TVXQ's "Mirotic" was banned for kids under 19 in Korea last week because it was deemed to have "inappropriate lyrics." SM Entertainment made an agreement saying that they will release a cleaned up Sesame Street version of "Mirotic," but they've had enough. SM Entertainment is filing a claim with the District Court to remove the suspension of sales to kids under 19. SM Entertainment stated:

Although we agreed to release a cleaned up version of Mirotic, we don't agree that it was inappropriate. We believe the Korean Ministry's ruling was unfair, and decided to fight it in court. They're misinterpriting the lyrics, finding sexual and erotic meaning where there is none.

I personally would've added: "In fact they're gay, of course there wasn't any sexual or erotic meaning... there were no talks of sticking large pointy objects up the ass."


Anonymous said...

Hiiiii ^^ I was searching some pics from SJ's 2009 calendar and found your blog ^^ Really cool ^^ Kibum's cute, but my faves are wookie and Hyuk ^^
About this prohibition with Mirotic.. so unecessary ¬¬ Kids didn't saw the "problem", but now they see because of those "grown up" guys ¬¬
Anyway, nice to meet you ^^

roz said...

hey, i just wanna ask..
why are you so critical of the suju boys and other kpop stars?