Health and Medical Workers’ Union Reacts To YG Entertainment’s Decision To Delete BLACKPINK Jennie’s Nurse Outfit Scenes

They responded to YG Entertainment’s announcement that the nurse scenes in the MV will be deleted.

YG Entertainment was recently hit with backlash by the Health and Medical Workers’ Union of Korea for the “inaccurate” nurse outfit that BLACKPINK‘s Jennie wore in the group’s new MV, “Lovesick Girls.”


And following their first statement expressing that there was no intention to sexually objectify nurses through the MV, YG Entertainment revealed that they will be deleting the nurse scenes from the MV entirely.

We have decided to delete all scenes that show the nurse uniform in the music video and will be replacing the music video with the edited version ASAP.

⁠— YG Entertainment


In response, the Health and Medical Workers’ Union of Korea showed YG Entertainment their support.

We welcome your decision to change the scenes quickly like the global stars you are.

— Health and Medical Workers’ Union

They even went on to state,

Us, 440,000 nurses will cheer on BLACKPINK in hopes that they continue to grow as global singers representing Korea.

— Health and Medical Workers’ Union


The Health and Medical Workers’ Union of Korea concluded,

We hope that BLACKPINK’s decision not only helps nurses, but serves as a warning bell for the sexual objectification of certain professions that exist in this society.

— Health and Medical Workers’ Union

Source: Insight