In the lead up to this evening?s Lady Gaga concert, a protest group in South Korea blanketed Seoul with flyers denouncing the singer. Unlike the majority of censorship efforts here in the States, the extremely vocal minority actually won a concession. The Government banned all minors from attending the gig, but unfortunately, that action was not deemed enough.
Lady Gaga waves to her hands and proudly holds the South Korean flag as she arrives at Gimpo International Airport on Friday (August 15) in Seoul, South Korea. The 28-year-old entertainer signed autographs as she made her way throug... Read Post
Lady Gaga will be met with hundredss of christian protesters as the hitmaker prepares for her concert in Seoul, S. Korea. The group is protesting the singer for advocating homosexuality and pornography. Gaga arrived in the country o... Read Post
Lady Gaga is under fire in Korea - and not even from the Northern half. Christian groups in South Korea called on Friday for the pop star to cancel her concert there, saying it's "pornographic" and pro-homosexuality. South Korea's g... Read Post