Did you feel like T-ara’s “Bo Peep Bo Peep” music video soiled your mentality the very first time you watched it? Well, apparently it’s down right harmful for you.

The Broadcast Communications Committee recently assessed a whopping 119 music videos for sexual innuendos and violence. As strange as it sounds, T-ara’s “Bo Peep Bo Peep” made the naughty list. Along with T-ara, Brown Eyed Girls‘ “Sign”, Hwi’s “Late Regret”, Top.AZ’s “Can’t you trust noona?” and Big Queens‘ “It’s Okay” were also deemed harmful for sexual contact between genders and scenes of violence and murder.

If I remember correctly, T-ara released two different MVs for ‘”Bo Peep Bo Peep’”; a daring version, and a safe-for-kids version, right? Regardless, though, a logo will be placed on these videos to warn adolescents of the ‘harmful’ content and will be required to certify that they’re of legal age to watch them online.

I don’t know about you, but do people still go out of their way to watch these videos anymore? I haven’t even watched some of these aforementioned MVs before, but to each his own.

Watch “Bo Peep Bo Peep” and let me know if you think it’s as harmful as they’ve assessed it to be.

Don’t lose your temper, s-s-s-so quickly

Source: omonatheydidnt