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T/N: RPP is one important Radio Station (Nationwide) and TV Channel (Cable) in Peru.
In the section “Health on RPP” on RPP´s news channel, they played 2 cuts of JYJ’s “Get Out” MV. It was a surprise .. and we only recorded it with a cell phone. So the video is such poor quality and could only record this piece ..
The section talks about nutrition and good food, etc. .. but MCs, at the beginning says that they will play the song that someone recommended to them and they really liked it. They said that it was JYJ’s Get Out and sent greetings to the kpop fans.
One of the hosts said he liked Yoochun’s car …xDDD
It was pretty exciting, so..if at any time we get good quality video, we share it. Thank you.
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JYJ, Actress Song Jiyo, and Actor Park Yoohwan recently participated in ELLE magazine’s charity project “Share Happiness” and took part of the December issue of the magazine, which was released on November 21st.
Because it was their first photo shoot together, brothers Park Yoochun and Park Yoohwan could not contain their excitement. Park Yoochun teased about sending the photos from the shoot to his mother, and after the shooting was complete Park Yoohwan directly sent them to her. He stated in an interview “It’s an honor for me to be working with my sunbaenims on this shoot”. Read More →
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Photo courtesy of Sport Korea.
The K-Pop music industry has earned international recognition for mastering the art of creating music videos (MV). One cannot deny the power of a beautifully shot music video to promote and eventually sell songs. Even if we deny it, there were many times we bought an album (or a track) because we loved the MV so much. The MV is, without doubt, a precipitating factor in ensuring the success of a song.
K-Pop music videos range from high-energy dance tracks to “cuteness overload.” However, once in a while, a dramatic music video is released that serves to squeeze our eyes out of our precious tears.
Here are some of the most tear-jerking K-Pop videos released recently. I also included some from the old days. Get your tissue box ready and enjoy these tear-jerking MVs!
“I Told You I Wanna Die” by Huh Gak (featuring B2ST’s Jun Hyung)
This drama-like MV presents the continuation of a romantic storyline from Huh Gak’s previous single “Hello.” The MV stars B2ST’s Jun Hyung, actor Lee Hyun Jin and actress Kang Sora in a tragic love story involving a man, a woman and a loyal friend. I don’t want to spoil the ending so just experience it for yourself. The MV beautifully highlights the haunting vocals of “Superstar K” (Korea’s American Idol) winner Huh Gak.
“In Heaven” by JYJ
JYJ’s latest release “In Heaven” tells the fateful love story of a doomed couple who got their second chance. In the MV, JYJ member Junsu acts along with labelmate Song Ji Hyo. Like a drama, the story is presented with foreshadows and flashbacks which keeps the viewer hooked until the end. Take note of JYJ’s Jaejoong’s emotional interpretation of the song specially towards the bridge. You cannot help but be moved by the song and the MV.