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Text of report by South Korean newspaper Chungang Ilbo website on 10 November
A new law will be passed to prevent underage celebrities from showing too much flesh on television shows, magazines and in music videos.
The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family submitted a bill yesterday to the National Assembly to add an article to the youth protection law. Under the new article, if a media outlet shows too much of an underage performer's naked flesh -including breasts or buttocks - and causes viewers to feel "shame," the show or product will be labelled "harmful to teens."
"If a television programme is defined as 'harmful media,' it can't be aired from 7 a.m. …