Censorship in Anime: That in South Korea will make you pale

If you are one of the anti-fans of Mediaset and its historical and inappropriate complaints, you know that there are those out there who do much worse than our home. Anime is certainly not doing any better in South Korea as the distributors are forced to make major changes to the episodes before they are aired to the public.

The phenomenon of censorship It is an area that unfortunately affects numerous television productions in both the West and the East, even in Japan, where Dragon Ball Super itself was not exempt. In this context, we refer you to our detailed special about demon slayers and famous cases of censorship before beginning.

The Japanese portal GOGOTSU afternoon news He devoted an entire article to censorship in South Korea, showing a series of frames where the changes were so severe that they even annoyed viewers. As you can see from the picture gallery at the bottom of the news, the obfuscation and blurring phenomena are intense and applied in various situations including tattoos, sponsorship of products similar to those that actually exist (e.g. Donald's toilet), Smoke, nudity, blood, violence, and even gestures.

The restrictions in South Korea are particularly severe, which is why fans have already had the opportunity to express their fear of the film debut of Demon Slayer: Infinity Train. As for you, what do you think of these visual devices instead? Let us know with a comment below.

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