Korean media is speculating that a music video for Chinese girl group has been banned in the country because of several intimate scenes between two of the girls.
The MV for the song Uza shows two girls from 16-member group carressing and embracing.
The video was removed after less than three days online.
SNH48 is the Chinese sister group of the hugely popular Japanese group AKB48.
The video was shot in South Korea and directed by Hong won-ki, who is also responsible for videos by K-pop groups Girls Generation, Super Junior, F(x) and T-ara.
Watch the video below: