Korean Health & Medical Workers Union Welcomes YG's Decision to Delete Jennie's Nurse Scene
The Korea Health & Medical Workers' Union welcomed YG Entertainment's decision to remove BLACKPINK's Jennie scene from the “Lovesick Girls” music video.

Previously, the music video for 'Lovesick Girls' had drawn criticism, because there were scenes that were considered to make the nursing profession a sexual object.

In the music video, there is a scene of Jennie wearing a sexy and tight nurse outfit and wearing red high heels.

After drawing criticism from the Korean Health & Medical Workers Union, YG Entertainment immediately expressed their apology and planned to remove Jennie's controversial scene from the music video.

In response to YG Entertainment's decision, the Korean Health & Medical Workers Union stated, “We welcome BLACKPINK's decision to change the scene in the video as soon as possible, the fast response fits perfectly with the reputation of top stars. We hope that this incident can provide a warning against something that is a problem in our society, namely making certain professions and groups as sexual objects, not just nurses."

“Nurses who are members of the Korea Health & Medical Workers Union will continue to serve our duties as soldiers fighting COVID-19. As we have made efforts for the health of our nation for 117 years, we will continue our role as protectors of the country's health for the next 100 years,” they said. (www.onkpop.com)

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