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Lady Gaga Concert Protests has been raised in South Korea even before the actual concert. Concerned organizations made known that Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” concert would allow admission of persons who are 18 and above only. This was disclosed by international entertainment sites, April 27, 2012.
Lady Gaga’s concert proceeded; however, without any disturbance, amidst the concert protests. Reportedly, conservative Christians said that Lady Gaga’s songs allegedly promoted “pornography,” which could influence South Korea’s culture.
Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” concert though, had thousands of fans in attendance as they listened to the controversial star sing their favorite songs like, “Government Hooker, “Highway Unicorn,” “Born This Way,” “Bloody Mary,” “The Edge of Glory,” “Bad Romance,” “Telephone,” and “The Queen” among many of her hit songs.
Farther reports stated that Lady Gaga’s concert was successful in spite of the concert protests of some organizations.