The MV for Venus seems to be at first just an innocent storyline MV with a smattering of dance moves and close ups for flavor. Oh how wrong you would be. There is nothing innocent about this MV. Nothing at all.
The storyline is about a bunch of sexual deviants going about their days, feeling the daily rejection and social shunning from the world around them.
In comes Hello Venus like a 30cc injection of liquid Viagra to jolt the dreary flaccidity that is their lives back into hardness. With an invitation to a secret happy funtime party, they hope to rehabilitate all these freaks and sexual deviants with a combination of aegyo, sexually suggestive moves, and short shorts to get them to be normal productive members of society. Yeah. That'll work out exactly the way they planned.
|HWAITING~! Not FISTING, silly oppas~!|
|Cabaret line dancing? No they're just some cute leg lifts and hip|
|Totally NOT pointing to how those hip pops give you a tantalizing|
flash under those skirts and shorts, oppas~!
|Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw, look at her and her little crown.|
|She can sense it already.|
The song itself is fairly standard fare for aegyopop. The verses sound like a derivative of the line progression originally used by After School's Rambling Girls, and we all know that one was borrowed off of the classic Lambada. The "Nuguuuuuuuu-oooh -oooh-oooh-oooh" and "Yoooooou-oooh-oooh-oooh-oooh" can get grating after a while if you're not a big fan of the saccharine aegyopop. Not very many complaints about the rap which is a surprise. Lime kinda sounds like Yubin, but I might be grasping at straws.
|Don't forget about these guys' blatent product placement while trying to |
bandwagon onto their (most likely) more successful labelmates.
As if we don't know they're NU'EST.
Hello Venus attempts to rehabilitate social rejects and sexual offenders in this fairly standard aegyopop MV.
I give this a 3 out of 5.