The Korean broadcast for My Dress Up Darling featured censored scenes in the second episode, though it may not have had the effect regulators had in mind.
Episode 2 of My Dress Up Darling features a scene where the two main characters, Marin and Gojou, are taking Marin’s measurements for her cosplay.
To alleviate Gojou’s woes about seeing her in her underwear, Marin wears a swimsuit instead, with all the hijincks that ensue as the easily flustered Gojou handles a girl being in his room for the first time and also being basically half-naked.
Unlike Chinese censorship which often features redrawn shots, the Korean run has opted for the old-school blur of shame, which has the hilarious effect of making the scene look much lewder than it really is since it now looks like Marin is walking around bottomless.
Interestingly enough, only Marin’s derriere was censored in My Dress Up Darling, and the regulators actually ignores her exposed chest despite that usually being the first to go when it comes to censoring content in anime.
As much as you want to argue that a swimsuit isn’t inherently sexual content (it’s not), it’s hard to argue the case when so much of the fanart after episode 2 aired revolves around this particular scene, and the inherently softcore nature of the manga the anime is based on.