BEAST Loves Their Change in Image "It's 100% More Fun to be Sexy"

By Staff Writer | July 28, 2012 09:52 AM EDT

BEAST leader Doojoon, who had a comeback stage at KBS "Music Bank" past 28th, said that BEAST enjoys having sexy image and thinks that the concept fits the group well.

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Doojoon, on the 27th on the phone call with OSEN said that "BEAST actually only has one sexy memeber Lee Gikwang, so we weer worried. However, this new concept fits well with the group image, especially because the members are very relaxed and playful."

BEAST got rid of the strict choreography and moody vibe with the new song "Beautiful Night" and challenged the image of 'cool kids' on the stage with free stage manner and decorative styling. The members reflected the skills that they learned through the world tour. BEAST learned how to share the real feeling of the song with the audience.

Doojoon said that they were actually very worried. He said that the members thought about it for a long time but they don't regret about changing the image of the group. He added on by saying that it was a time to make some change.

Tagged :  BEAST, Doojoon, Lee Gikwang

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