PSY's "Gentleman" Video Banned By South Korean Broadcaster

Zumic Staff

by Zumic Staff

Published April 18, 2013

PSY Gentleman

K-pop star PSY released his new music video last week and it is a doozy. Like "Gangnam Style," the video for "Gentleman" has Korean celebrity guest stars, catchy dance moves, and it shows PSY ironically going around acting like a pompous dick to random strangers. Pure internet gold.

The trouble is that it opens with PSY kicking a traffic cone that says "No Parking." State-funded Korean broadcaster KBS has a problem with his lack of respect for The Man. Apparently, they're fine with the pelvic thrusts and the general rudeness, but the cone scene doesn't meet the standards of publicly funded broadcasting.

Oh well. I suppose the man with the most views in YouTube history will have to find another way for people to see his video.

Source: Pollstar

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