SHINee's 'Sherlock' MV Surpass 1 Million Views on YouTube
By Staff Writer | March 23, 2012 08:23 AM EDT
SHINee’s new song ‘Sherlock’ music video received over a million views on YouTube in a day after its release.
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SHINee’s ‘Sherlock’ music video was released on March 22. The music video set a record of receiving 1,454,998 views within two days of its release. The music video was shown to be viewed in not only in Korea, Asia, but also South America, North America and Europe as well proving the groups popularity.
The music video ‘Sherlock’ has been directed by Cho Suhyun who has been working with the group also on ‘Ring Ding Dong’ and TVXQ’s ‘Mirotic.’ The choreography was reported to be worked with world class choreography Tony Testa showing off slick moves. The music video also set in a 1800s like museum has SHINee acting as detectives to work on a case.
The fourth mini-album seems to be receiving a positive response from fans expressing the group has shown a different yet still eye-catching look. The group held a successful comeback stage on Mnet 'M! Countdown' and ranked no. 1 on major online charts as soon as the songs released on March 19.
SHINee will be leaving for Japan after 4 weeks of promotions in Korea and begin their Japan tour kicking off at Marine Messe Fukuoka on April 25. The group also plans to release a full-length album in Korea after wrapping up the promotions in Japan towards the end of the year.
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