Girl's Day initially stirred up massive
First things first, the MV is a normal dance in a box concept. But this time, there's plenty of sexy posturing and closeups to make your genitals happy. You know shit's going to be good when your MV opens with the aforementioned shadow stripteases.
|99% sure this particular shadow belongs to Sojin.|
|I'm pretty sure that Minah's supposed to be the titular Female President, l0l|
What IS good about this particular MV is all the ass we get from Girl's Day. I know the easiest way for a girl group to explode into relevancy is to flash some leg and some boobs, but not often do we get girls bold enough for blatant ass-shots for the general internet populace to gif for all eternity. Not to objectify women and all that, but certainly not asses of this particular quality. Chief among Girl's Day, by no small editing error or shit like that, is resident fanservice mistress Yura. The girl is dripping with sex appeal in this MV, and while the more
prudish jealous virgin people may take offence, we here at AKF can appreciate a fine derriere when it so graciously presents itself for our viewing pleasure.
|Expensive cars and hot girls, the director clearly knows how to appeal to|
the target demographic with this MV.
|This one is the mother of all ass-shots. Bless you, Yurass.|
The outfits are pretty good, with the exception of the zebra stripe nonsense, that's not doing anyone any favors. Other than that, hair and makeup are definitely on point with no random shit or questionable fashionista garbage to pollute Girl's Day. The pink outfits are truly standout though, pretty much everyone looks amazing in those particular scenes.
|I personally was surprised at how well Yura can rock the grey circle lenses. Not|
many people can say that, unfortunately.
Wallpaper this shit.
I also want to point out that even kawaii aegyo machine Minah gets a sexy upgrade in this MV, showing some remarkable depth.
|Out of character, but oh so welcum.|
Wallpaper this shit too.
You've probably noticed that the majority of this review is devoted to how great Girl's Day look, or how amazing it is to get so much fanservice. Sadly, the buck stops there as far as the MV goes. The song itself is really, really, really lackluster. I mean it starts off well enough, right up until 0:57ish in the song/MV. We get some solid build up, right up until Minah finishes her usual acrobatics and Yura dives into her rap/bridge/pain. I love the girl to death, but this song is not a good example of how fluff members should be incorporated into songs. It completely derails the nice momentum the song was building and goes nowhere with it, which pretty much sums up the whole song. A lot of buildup, swelling vocals, anticipation and... nothing. It just fizzes out with no real finish or satisfaction.
I've been told that the lyrics have something to do with "Since we have a female president, girls be ambitious and fuck your man already, don't wait for him to make the first move." Or something like that. Not exactly a feminist anthem Susan B. Anthony would be proud of, and certainly nothing for crazy fangirls to be touting as part of the revolutionary set of girl group songs allegedly "empowering" women all over the world. But don't take my word for it.
TL;DR: Glorious ass everywhere, but the song is as much of a tease as the shadows featured in the MV.
- everyone looks fantastic
- 0:00 - 0:57
- cheap Abracadabra-esque cash-in is a cop out
- Yura's "raps"
- all build-up, no satisfying conclusion
- wtf up with dem lyrics
I give this
MV song a 2.75/5, but if we put the whole MV on mute and watch its visual splendor, it's easily at least a 4/5.
PS: PLEASE DON'T KILL ME, I WILL TRY TO STICK TO A PROPER WRITING SCHEDULE FROM NOW ON