Fuadh Naim, a popular Indonesian preacher with almost fifty-six thousand followers on Instagram has told Muslims to shun South Korean music because it "promotes homosexuality and free sex."
"K-pop offers something interesting, and refreshing like water, which actually draws Muslims into the fire of hell," he said.
Mr Fuadh said that the Korean Wave promotes LGBT imagery, particularly 'skinship' or close physical proximity between its male icons.
Mr Fuadh has visited thirty Indonesian cities to deliver his message and says he plans to travel to many more.
Indonesia is now reportedly drafting a national law that seeks to ban blasphemous and 'pornographic' music content, which has sparked concerns about freedom of expression in the world's biggest Muslim majority nation.