The veteran rock band Jaurim just recently sat down for an interview with Monkey3 and revealed their honest thoughts about the banning controversy that is currently a hot topic in the music industry.
Guitarist Lee Sun Kyu revealed, â€œThe title track of our comeback album, â€œIDOLâ€œ, was mistaken by many as a criticism against idol groups.â€ His statement prompted the question, â€œHave you ever been stereotyped or misunderstood because of your songs?â€
He replied, â€œWeâ€™ve felt a sort of conspiracy brewing against us for some time now. Itâ€™s gotten to the point where we just assume our songs are being banned â€˜because Jaurim sang itâ€™.â€
Lee continued, â€œHowever, the lyrics sung by a few idol groups on national TV recently are on the level of uncensored pornography.â€
When asked what they would do if they had a magic remote that would allow them to control all the broadcast networks in Korea, leader Goo Tae Hoon replied, â€œSince everythingâ€™s being banned under unclear standards, Iâ€™d create a music channel specifically for banned music.â€