2NE1 'All Or Nothing' Trailer Ignites Sperm, Womb, Pregnancy Theme Debate!
By Robert Kuang | January 28, 2014 05:42 PM EST
The 2NE1 "All or Nothing" trailer has been earning a lot of buzz, and some discussions are perhaps more bizarre than others.
Last week, 2NE1 released a very theatrical trailer for their upcoming world tour and new album, "All or Nothing."
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According to 2NE1 member Dara on YG-Life, the inspiration for the trailer is that the members "come from the stars," and the trailer shows an asteroid-like object flying towards Earth.
And while this is a very legitimate explanation for the "All or Nothing" trailer, some Blackjacks and viewers experienced discomfort watching it.
If you scroll through the YouTube comments, some are describing the asteroid as looking like a sperm impregnating a womb! The "All or Nothing" animation, which emphasizes the 'O' shape also seems to be leading certain viewers on about this interpretation.
You can see a really scathing review of this 2NE1 trailer here, where the same interpretation is used to describe the trailer as "stupid," igniting hundreds of comments.
Even so, the members of 2NE1 appear to be very happy with the results of using chromatography technique and the galactic inspiration.
"Such a cool teaser resulted from the detailed expressions of emotions from the members and everybody's detailed efforts and this is happy, happy captain San," writes Dara.
"The look in the eyes of the youngest member got much sexier and the pose also became much more provocative when she turned 21... Wow, I am worried about you, Minzy!"
What do you think of the 2NE1 "All or Nothing" trailer? Is it inappropriate or weird, or just plain cool?
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