Akdong Musician Welcomes Summer With Cool 'Bean Dduk Bing Soo' As Endorsers For Paris Baguette
By Staff Writer | May 28, 2013 07:14 PM EDT
They are the new face of true music artistry, Akdong Musician are bursting with talents, after being named as the winner of SBS's K-pop Star Season 2, these siblings almost got the attention of every music agency.
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Recently, Akdong Musician also released a single entitled " Bean Dduk Bing Soo". It is a track that they collaborated creating with the team at Paris Baguette, a well-known bakery brand and franchise in South Korea. With their youthfulness blooming and their music staying true, Akdong Musician is surely starting the summer with this refreshing melody for Paris Baguette.
The setting is well blended to their personality, the colorful strings complemented by clear harmonies topped off their CF video. Basically, the song opens with a light-hearted mixture of playful dialogues. They emphasized only to their song title " Bean Dduk Bing Soo" and what message it will bring to their listeners.
Although, it may seems that the melody is repetitive, the crisp and uniquely arranged rhythm allows their listeners to love it and not feel bored when they hear the song. Akdong Musician is a group to surely look forward to having a tremendous success in the music industry considering the way they handle their music while rearranging it at the same time.
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