YG Entertainment is grooming their newest boy group, WINNER, for greatness, especially with the release of the Japanese version of their their debut songs “컬러링 (Color Ring)” and “공허해 (Empty)“.
Unlike the Korean versions of the debut music videos, which had more of a neutral color scheme and were centered around a specific woman, the Japanese versions have a much darker feel. The music videos still showed their dynamic side, and the capability to make a memorable impression, regardless of the short amount of screen time each member has.
You can watch the new Japanese versions below:
‘컬러링(Color Ring)’ (Japanese Ver.) M/V
‘공허해(empty)’ (Japanese Ver.) M/V
What do you think of WINNER’s Japanese debut? How do you think the Korean versions compare with the new Japanese? Share your thoughts with us below, and stayed tuned for all the latest news on WINNER!
Source: WINNER’s Official YouTube
Edited by: Laura Dees
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