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Solo song from BTS’ Jimin found ‘unsuitable’ for TV

/ 07:16 PM March 23, 2023
BTS' Jimin. Image from Big Hit Music via The Korea Herald / ANN

BTS’ Jimin. Image from Big Hit Music via The Korea Herald / ANN

A song from the upcoming solo debut album of BTS’ Jimin was deemed “ineligible” for television broadcasting, according to a review by KBS released Wednesday.

The review cited profanity, slang and indecent expressions in the lyrics as reasons. “Face-Off” is the first track from the album “Face,” and the artist, along with bandmate RM, co-wrote the lyrics.

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Other tracks from the album – focus track “Like Crazy” and “Alone” – qualified for airing.

Meanwhile, a pre-release from the album, “Set Me Free Pt. 2,” landed atop Oricon’s weekly digital single ranking on Wednesday, after topping its daily digital single ranking upon release. It also was No. 1 on the iTunes Top Songs chart in 111 regions.

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The album will be rolled out on Friday.

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