BANNED: K-girl songs whose dances, performances, outfits, lyrical content, or music videos have been deemed inappropriate and banned from radio or broadcast

Orange Caramel Catallena // Brown Eyed Girls Abracadabra // Miryo Dirty // Sunmi Full Moon // Crayon Pop Uh Ee // Yoon Mirae Get It In // HA:TFELT (ft. Beenzino) Bond // Rainbow Blaxx Cha Cha // Dal Shabet Joker // E.Via Oppa, Can I Do It? // 9Muses Wild // Park Jiyoon Adult Ceremony // Orange Caramel Bangkok City // Lee Hyori (ft. Ceejay) Chitty Chitty Bang Bang // HAM So Sexy // Hyuna Very Hot // Dal Shabet Hit U // Gain (ft. Bumkey) Fxxk U // Hyuna Bubble Pop! // Sistar Girls Do It // Rainbow A // Exid Up&Down // f(x) Red Light // Fiestar One More // Gain Bloom // Hyuna Blacklist // Song Jieun (ft. Bang Yongguk) Going Crazy // Sistar How Dare You // 2NE1 I’m Busy // After School Funky Man // G.Na (ft. Swings) Banana // Narsha (ft. Sunny Hill) Mamma Mia // Kara We’re With You // Sunny Hill Pray // 4Minute Heart to Heart // Ivy Touch Me // Park Jiyoon Beep



If it’s absolutely true that G.Na was the female celebrity booked for prostitution (yeah it was obvious that it was Cube’s homepage that was blurred out but the reporter could’ve just made an incorrect guess for all we know–remember that incident when a TV station almost destroyed Jiwon’s career by falsely displaying a picture of her group SPICA and suggesting that she was passenger “J”?), then why is she the only one being exposed? Why the hell isn’t the name of the CEO who hunts down women who are low on income exposed? Why the hell aren’t the names of the sick bastards who feed the system of preying on idols and trainees struggling to make ends meet because they’re not paid well by their company revealed? If they’re going to expose G.Na, they should expose the entire industry that involves sponsorships.