For her latest comeback, the solo singer Gummy decided to remake Park Hyo Shin‘s dramatic song “The Only Thing I Can’t Do,” and her music video for it is as dramatic as the song.
Lee Chung Ah and Ji Hyuk stare the MV that is more like a very sad short movie. The story begins witht he couple seated by a table at a coffee shop. As the guy tries to say something very difficult, the girl tries to change the subject in order not to face his hard words. However, he finally says that they need to break-up, and when she asks why would two people who like each other break-up, he says “You’ll suffer more later” and breaks down in tears.
At first I thought this would be another music video inspired by the Japanese movie “Koizora,” but as we follow Chung Ah through the video, guided by Gummy’s beautiful voice, we find out that the story is even sadder than we thought, and that a man can be extremely mean and egotistical. Check it out:
Didn’t you feel betrayed bt Ji Hyuk as well? However, I don’t know about you, but I feel like the story won’t end like this. Although there isn’t a “to be continued…” at the end, this music video give the vibe that the story will continue in another release. Do you think that’s possible?
Gummy surely did a good job remaking Park Hyo Shin’s song, but she also remade lots of 90’s songs by male singers in her comeback album “Fall In Memory,” which include Han Dong Jun‘s “I’m In Love With You,” Lee Hyun Woo‘s “The Day After You Left,” Shin Seung Hun‘s “Romeo & Juliet,” and Green Zone‘s “Sudden Goodbye.” You can purchase the full album on Itunes.
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Source: 1theK Youtube
Edited by: Laura Dees
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