10 K-Pop Music Videos That Are Surprisingly Rated 19+

The reasoning behind some of them are questionable.

K-Pop music videos are usually more friendly and bright, as a lot are given an age rating of 12 or 15. Yet, some K-Pop music videos are surprisingly rated 19+, here are a couple of them.

1. “I Need U” (BTS)

Reason for rating: Due to some of the darker themes in the music video, such as blood and murder.

2. “Baby Baby” (WINNER)

Reason for rating: Due to the music video having some intimate scenes.

3. “9 To 5” (Crush)

Reason for rating: Due to some of the scenes being violent and including blood.

4. “Time Travel” (Beenzino)

Reason for rating: Scenes showing items that look like drugs.

5. “Bae Bae” (BIGBANG)

Reason for rating: Due to some of the more intimate scenes in the music video.

6. “Born Hater” (Epik High)

Reason for rating: The lyrics containing many curse words, as well as a scene containing a 19+ magazine.

7. “Baby I’m Sorry” (MYNAME)

Reason for rating: Violent scenes during the music video.

8. “Voodoo Doll” (VIXX)

Reason for rating: Due to some gory and graphic images in the music video.

9. “Quit Playing” (U-KISS)

Reason for rating: Some intimate scenes.

10. “Get Down” (Boys Republic)

Reason for rating: Due to some scenes being provocative, as well as some scenes being deemed extremely violent.