Jeon Somi has unveiled her new music video for “Anymore,” a B-side track on her first full album “XOXO,” released last October.
Jeon Somi will be releasing a new music video!
On December 24, Jeon Somi announced that she would be dropping a music video for the song “Anymore” on December 25 at 10 p.m. KST.
“Anymore” is a B-side track on Jeon Somi’s album “XOXO,” released back in October. The song is entirely in English.
Jeon So Mi is officially releasing her ‘Anymore’ MV!
On December 24 KST, Jeon So Mi’s agency The Black Label revealed the ‘Anymore’ MV’s release date along with eye-catching posters. The MV is set for release on December 25 at 10 p.m. KST.
‘Anymore’ is the first full English-language song of Jeon So Mi, it is also the fourth track from her first full-length album ‘XOXO’, which was released last October 29.
In K-pop, just like any other music genre, love is the main topic of interest that often gets addressed in all its shapes and forms. Many love stories are drafted through the lyrics, and sometimes we get to see these narratives come to life in the form of music videos. The best part? When the cinematography is basically an abridged version of a rom-com movie.
Navigating through some memorable clips, here are nine K-pop music videos that channel rom-com vibes.
Sunmi excels at quirky love stories, and this one borrows heavily from classic coming-of-age movies. In this one, she is at war with her boyfriend who does everything in his power to earn her forgiveness and win her back. In order to succeed in his quest, he needs to ask the right question.
High school setting? Check. Girl squad? Check. Prom dance? Double check. This is basically the recipe for every teenage movie with a lovey dovey tale. TWICE sings about a boy who seemingly has given them the feels, and their cure cheerleading-inspired choreography is their weapon to summon him amidst the crowd.
Girl wants boy, and she does everything in her power to get his attention. This music video adopts a common cute plot about Jeon Somi sending not-so-subtle hints at her crush in the hopes that she will finally get noticed. The title of the song tells us that she might need to literally put herself out there if she wants to turn her situation into more than a one-sided crush.
You know that scene in a movie where the male lead realizes he is in love with his crush and just roams around town, lost in his own thoughts? Yep, that’s D.O. in this bubbly MV, riding his bike and trying to come to terms with his feelings. The best part? The lyrics serve as his monologue as he thinks about the best way to confess.
Enter Paul Kim and Chungha, the best duet for the best love tale. In this typical friends-turned-lovers narrative, fate keeps getting in the way of the pair, further delaying their reunion. Nonetheless, the two end up succumbing to their feelings and are pushed into each other’s arms, finally being together.