The BIGBANG singer's new songs have been deemed "inappropriate' for broadcast.
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24 Aug 2017 - 10:47 AM  UPDATED 24 Aug 2017 - 10:48 AM

Taeyang recently made his long-awaited solo comeback with the release of his new album White Night, but unfortunately for fans, some of the BIGBANG singer's new songs have been banned for broadcast by KBS.

According to Star News, a KBS representative states that two of Taeyang's new songs, "Naked" and "Tonight," have been deemed inappropriate for broadcast and have been banned; "Naked" for its obscene nature, and "Tonight" for inappropriate language in the lyrics.

Given how Taeyang has been promoting his two new title tracks "Darling" and "Wake Me Up" on broadcasts, this ban shouldn't affect the singer too much for his Korean promotions.


 

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