Now with official subtitles!!
After seeing the teasers for this music video, I was understandably hype. You can't blame me, NS YoonG is one of the most gorgeous women in KPop right now and her discography usually does not disappoint. Thankfully, the visual aspect of her performance is still as good as ever.
You think this MV is just sexy writhing and hip-shaking from NS YoonG (and you'd be 70% correct), but there's actually a devious, devious storyline buried between NS YoonG's lovely hips. I've taken the liberty of gif-ing the storyline and providing the captions for what's going on in the story.
*italics indicate internal monologue*
As you can see, the story line matches well with the song's lyrical content. NS YoonG plays a wily lesbian who seduces men, only to leave them blueballed like shit because she's a bitch like that. The lyrics are blatantly sexual (almost like a slap to the face to anyone still trying to say "KPOP IS INNOCENT") to the point where the song title and chorus explicitly say "It's sexual."
I personally like the lyrics because it doesn't pretend to be something its not. There's no room for deep interpretation, you can't pretend it's innocent, and it's kind of refreshing to hear a woman sing about sex like this. Of course, it's all a big cocktease, but the intent still stands.
Visually speaking, NS YoonG's MV packs a huge punch to the face. She's a gorgeous girl with a rocking body, and her dance/outfits only emphasize that fact. Like I said earlier, most of the MV is her writhing and shaking her hips BUT IS THAT SO WRONG?
|Prolly my favorite dance part.|
|The backup dancers' absolute lack of ass only serves to make NS YoonG's so|
much better to look at.
|Men as props? That's new. Not really.|
|BABY TOUCH LIKE THAT, TOUCH LIKE THAT|
Oh my. If you're an ass kind of person, this MV joins a criminally short list of wonderful MVs for you. NS YoonG's hair, make up, and wardrobe are on point, if not on the safe side.
Going back to the actual song itself, I found it rather nice. It's a safe midtempo song that doesn't stray too far off the beaten path, and NS YoonG doesn't reach for notes she can't hit. Like many songs these days, the accompanying track is full of big brassy instruments, but it isn't too overstated. I will say that it's a little on the Engrishy at times, which NS YoonG really has no excuse for. She speaks perfectly fluent English, but I suppose the songwriters are to blame and she mentally shoots herself in the face every time she says something like "I'm say yoo~ hoo~."
My most major gripe with the song is the shitty dance break inserted at the end. The song was chugging along perfectly fine up until then, so the sudden jarring derailing of the song pissed me off a great deal. Sigh. At least there was no shitty guest rapper, or shoddily put-together attempt to rap from her.
If you're trying to take a look at the other songs on the album, this song is the only the second best one in my opinion. "미친 I" is a much better song, and I think it would have done well as a lead single. It's an interesting tango-inspired uptempo song, you should definitely take a look at this one at least. I'm pretty sure there's supposed to be a companion-style pair of songs in "If I Love You" and "If You Love Me," but I wasn't too interested in them to be honest.
|Who could be when you've got NS YoonG in a lovely one-piece?|
|And don't forget the obligatory "emerges-out-of-pool" scene that comes with|
a bathing suit MV.
- NS YoonG is hot
- NS YoonG is in a swimsuit
- NS YoonG is wet
- the song's decent
- NS YoonG is hot
- story line is funny to me, idk why