T-ara's "Day By Day" M/V Finally Released!
By Staff Writer | July 03, 2012 06:49 PM EDT
On midnight of July 3rd, T-ara released the music video for their new song "Day By Day". The music video has a science fiction concept with events that take place in the year 2333.
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In the music video, T-ara's members Hyomin and Dani appear through a sandstorm with stern looks on their faces. Hyomin is sporting a shocking pink hairstyle and stole the hearts of all male viewers with her powerful action scene. In her action scene, Hyomin looks incredible and fierce like a Korean version of Angelina Jolie, not to mention her impressive acting skills.
Jiyeon, of course, makes an impressional appearance in the video as well. Jiyeon looks for Dani while wearing a leather jacket decorated with gold accessories and shows off her skillful acting.
The most impressive aspect of this music video is the 9th member, Dani, whose talents clearly shine through. Dani appeared in the music video prior to becoming an official member of T-ara to familiarize herself with T-ara's fans. It is impressive to observe that Dani has the ability to shine through regardless of the lack of experience she has compared to the original members of T-ara. Dani appeared in the music video with an innocent but mysterious concept that was successfully delivered to the viewers.
The new music video from T-ara is just as intriguing as any science fiction movie with the help from the mysterious location and diverse image transformation of each member. The theme of the music video is a perfect fit for the song "Day By Day" since the song contains a melancholy but mysterious rhythm.
Photo Credits: T-ara
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