Dal Shabet’s Subin in CLEF Project New Music Video… ‘Innocent Girl’

By Staff Writer | October 04, 2013 03:39 AM EDT

Dal Shabet’s Subin in CLEF Project New Music Video… ‘Innocent Girl’
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Dal Shabet's Subin has gone from nude baseball first pitch parody to innocent girl in CLEF Project's new music video.

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On September 30, Dal Shabet's Subin appeared in the music video for CLEF Project's 2nd title song "Driving Road." She appears in the video with a cool and clear sky-like smile, and shows off her innocent acting skills, capturing the attention of the viewers.

This song features collaboration between Brown Eyed Soul's Young Joon and talented rapper Palo Alto. Unlike her confident and sexy image in the title song "Be Ambitious," Subin shows off an innocent girl-like vibe in this video, stirring up the hearts of all the "uncle" fans.

In the last album, Subin worked with the CLEF Crew and became friends with them. When they asked for her help on their new CLEF Project album, she agreed and actively participated in the project.

Dal Shabet's Subin co-hosted the '2013 Korea Drama Awards' with Oh Sang Jin on October 2nd.

Tagged :  Dal Shabet, Subin, Driving Road

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