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2PM 'Comeback When You Hear this Song' MV Reveals 7 Deadly Sins

By Staff Writer | May 06, 2013 11:13 AM EDT

2PM 'Comeback When You Hear this Song' MV Reveals 7 Deadly Sins
2PM 'Comeback When You Hear this Song' MV Reveals 7 Deadly Sins (Photo : d)

Idol group 2PM's new song, "Comeback when you Hear this Song" is gaining much attention for its use of the seven deadly sins in the music video.

The seven deadly sins are wrath, envy, gluttony, greed, lust, sloth and pride.

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Each of the members portray a different scene that shows off one of the seven deadly sins.

For this album, 2PM has taken a break from the 'beastly idol' image and has decided to go for a more dandy and manly image.

Watch the music video below. Can you spot the seven deadly sins?


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