Oooooh the boys ditch the dance floor for a more intimate concept...
28 May 2014 - 12:10 PM  UPDATED 4 Jun 2014 - 12:26 PM


U-KISS have become the first male group to be banned from broadcast for “inappropriate choreography” by all of South Korea’s broadcast companies.

The boy band, complete with new member Jun were scheduled to kick off promotions of their new album Mono Scandal but broadcast companies have requested the group’s management re-work the choreography.

A U-KISS representative stated, “We were just informed that the current choreography is unfit for broadcast and that it must be altered. We are currently in the middle of changing the dance routine.”

U-KISS have indeed adopted a more risqué style with the release of “Quit Playing” and it has earned the video a 19+ rating in South Korea.

Watch the 1st full U-Kiss comeback MV "Quit Playing". It's a little bit on the raunchy side so if you don't think that is appropriate for you, please do not watch.


U-Kiss just dropped this 19+ teaser of the their forthcoming mini-album Mono Scandal. I think it's safe to say the classification standards are very different in Australia.

This has to be one of the most anticipated comebacks for 2014 for you PopAsians having voted U-Kiss at the hottest boy band of 2013.

In the absence of Dongho (read about the sad details of his departure here), the U-Kiss crew have obtained a new member Jun.

Jun will join the boys in promoting their new mini album ‘Mono Scandal’: the title track “Don’t Flirt” is produced by Duble Sidekick (they’ve worked with Sistar, NS Yoon-G, APink, Girl’s Day and more) and is due out June 2.

NH Media stated, "As much as this is the sixth year since their debut, they will show unprecedented music that is different from that of idol groups. The MV is by the director Lee Duk Hee of the movie 'Changsoo' ('Tumbleweed')."

What do you guys think of the new teaser image? Excited much?

Here's a closeup picture of Jun for you to ogle at too ;)