South Korea: Music video featuring lesbian relationship banned
A music video for the Chinese girl group SNH48 which features a lesbian relationship has been banned in Korea.
The music video for the song ‘Uza’ – which was shot in South Korea – shows two of the group’s members embracing one another in several intimate scenes.
After less than three days online, the video was removed.
It is legal to be gay in South Korea. However, the country does not offer same-sex marriage or civil partnerships for same-sex couples.