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Sandara Park shows her sad tears in 2NE1′s latest music video.
YG Entertainment revealed through its official blog, yg-life.com, that 2NE1′s follow-up song would be “It Hurts,” updating a unique picture of 2NE1 member, Sandara Park. “It Hurts” was finally released on November 1, 1:00 PM, gaining a hot response from fans.
In the music video, the members appear in chic, dark clothing, with a ruined building at the background. WIth their unconventional dress and hairstyles, 2NE1 managed to raise the unique atmosphere even higher. Park Bom’s turquoise hair, CL’s black leather boots, Sandara Park’s pale make-up, and Gong Minji’s unique attire, all added up to the fantasy feel of the video.
Big Bang G-Dragon’s long-time friend, actor-model, Lee Soo Hyuk also appeared in the music video, where he is the male lead and the object of Sandara Park’s tears and sad actions. In the music video, they act as lovers, where she misses him and waits for him in front of a cake made of candles (A/N: Whut?! O_O). Sandara Park’s longing and sad tears made the sorrowful song more powerful. Her acting in the music video showed off her feminine charm and fragility.
Fans and netizens response to the music video was hot and intense. “This music video really shows that Sandara Park is really good in acting,” “2NE1 is so unique and different!” “Normally, girl groups’ music videos are tedious to look at, but this one is refreshing,” “Only 2NE1 can pull off this concept,” “Sandara Park should be acting in a drama,” “The leads look so good together,” “Sandara Park unnie’s tears made me cry,” “Sandara Park’s acting in this MV is explosive,” “Even in the gloomy atmosphere, 2NE1 is still attractive,” “The transformation is so chic!” “Very gloomy yet effective fantasy” “It’s very distinct. Of course, it’s 2NE1,” showing an explosive reaction.