A controversial new law on “overexposure‘ has been passed in South Korea recently, which probably translates into no micro minis for fashionable K-pop stars.According to an article in Drama Fever, the law which went into effect on March 22, imposes a 50,000 KRW (US$45) fine on those found guilty of “excessive‘ public exposure.The internet has been abuzz with commotion, with many celebrities taking to social media to voice their dismay. “Is the overexposure fine for real? I’m so dead,‘ tweeted Lee Hyori, to which actress Park Jin Hee responded incredulously, “A fine?? Really?????!!!!! @_@;;;;‘Other netizens have wondered if they could still wear swimwear, and still others wonder if police will begin to carry rulers.The gallery features K-pop stars in micro mini skits and shorts, posing during winter, as well as other stars in sexy clothing.