Starting just a little over a week ago, 2NE1 delighted their Japanese fans be releasing the short version PV of their hit single “Falling In Love“.
Though it is only the short version many fans were excited to hear the song in Japanese, and even expressed they liked the sound of the Japanese version better.
Following the release of “Falling In Love”, YG Entertainment doubly delighted Blackjacks with the Japanese short version of “Do You Love Me“. This video was especially exciting for fans because it contained new footage of the girls compared to the original Korean release.
Fans were quick to exclaim at how much fun the girls looked to be having in the video.
With the release of the short version PV of “Missing You” it became apparant that YG was on a roll and fans began to get excited to here the song’s from 2NE1’s latest album “Crush” in Japanese.
Fans didn’t have to wait long, the first to be released was “Happy” and it wasn’t only Japanese fans that were happy to see the video.
Even though “Gotta Be You” was last to be released in Korean, it was not the last to be released in Japan.
Getting close to the end, the short version of “Come Back Home” was uploaded and fans were pleasently surprised to see the video was slightly different from the original Korean one. Many commented that the story in the video was slightly easier to follow this time around.
Saving the best for last YG released the short version PV for “Crush” to some highly expetant fans.
Most Blackjacks were thrilled to have these Japanese versions of these amazing songs, but a repeating theme on all the music videos was very plainly evident. Where’s the long version?
Hopefully in the near future YG will take some time and share the long version of these songs. In the mean time, KMusic readers, which was your favorite Japanese release? Or did you perfer the Korean version’s of the songs?
Source: 2NE1’s Official YouTube
Edited by: Karolina
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