It’s the half end of January already and what would be more fitting than a recap of beautiful shots of color? One of the most interesting things about Korean music video is how craftily (and carefully) it is made. Sometimes, you can totally ignore the music and still amazed at the music videos. From the proportion to the props, from camera works to colors, here’s a list of Korean music video that is totally my style. Colorful background, matching outfits, and of course, confetti.
Mamamoo’s music is always interesting. The four-member girl group has a very distinct musicality and strong voices that is energizing. Having been famous for using different adlibs, watching Mamamoo’s live performance is always a joy. You never know what will come next and they seem to enjoy themselves on the stage. This 2017 hit song titled Yes I Am speaks about confidence and how they love their own imperfections. The music video shows glorious color block background with the heavy use of shadow.
it’s confetti shower!
Zico’s single titled She’s a Baby is the only mellow song of his album Television. The usage of pastel colors is a delight and the wide shots are just too good to be missed.
The music video from JBJ titled My Flower dropped this week. Although I don’t really enjoy the music, the music video is totally my style. Showing color block walls and colorful props, staying true to their mini album title, True Color.
Watching Red Velvet music videos always feels… trippy. Their Summer hit song called Red Flavor obviously rises to become my favorite song of theirs. Switching back and forth from the warm images of summer sun to the images of the girls dancing in front of splashing fruits. The music video is weirdly good but I can’t really explain what happens because I am being served a series of images I’ve never imagined before (including a scene of the fruit interview?!).
I hope it will compensate the gloomy weather lately, see you around!