I dont know about you, but when I think of Psy MVs, several things come to mind: a certain easily recognizable middle-aged Korean man performing some kind of infectious dance sequence to a catchy chorus, some celebrity appearances, and extremely large groups of people dancing. All of these things would seem desultory and erratic if attempted by anyone else, but Psy makes it work; coalescing all these random elements together with his ubiquitous brand of wacky humor. These tropes have rarely failed to make rounds on past MVs, extending even into the more recent I Luv It and New Face.
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Apinks Son Naeun is currently receiving lots of love for her appearance in PSYs music video New Face.
PSYs latest music video, which was released on May 10, has been receiving a great response in Korea and has already surpassed 30 million views on YouTube.
A source from Son Naeuns agency Plan A Entertainment stated, After starring in PSYs music video New Face, Son Naeun has been feeling thankful for all the attention she has received.
Does love really happening on "We Got Married"? It seems that there can be a sparkle of love in this variety show. In the recent episode, Sleepy found himself a bit jealous of Lee Guk Joo's male friend.
Sleepy got some attention when he decided to join "We Got Married." He and comedian Lee Guk Joo have played a role of man and wife in this show. As they have been together for some time, love can happen between them both.
Previously, Sleepy even landed a kiss on Lee Guk Joo. On the episode of Lunar New Year special of "We Got Married," Sleepy shyly kissed Lee Guk Joo on her cheek. The kiss happened when Bomi and Choi Tae Joon won the game and they wanted Sleepy kissed Lee Guk Joo as the punishment, Soompireported. It seemed that Sleepy was really happy getting his first kiss with his virtual wife.
TEEN TOP comes back as a quintet to give their fans a 'High Five.' Joe.L's departure was an emotional affair for the band, but they pulled it together for a 2017 comeback. Not only that, but they offer up 11 tracks for your perusal.
"Origin," like 99% of intro tunes, has echoes of the title track. Specifically Niel's falsetto. The rest is some odd electronic mashup that I'm guessing was meant to sound somewhat romantic. It's okay as intro tracks go, but hardly the highlight of the album.
SF9 have returned with a powerful, emotional title track and performance in full MV for "Easy Love"!
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Their title song from their 2nd mini album 'Breaking Sensation'is an emotional breakup song highlighting the sad emotions felt after breakups, composed by hit song writer Shin Hyuk.
Their mini album contains 5 other songs in addition to "Easy Love", including an intro, "Watch Out", "Hide and Seek", "Fall Down", and "Why". What do you think of SF9's transformation into a band of heartbroken boys?