Seventeen has just uploaded a new part switch version of ‘Oh My!‘ ‘Oh My!‘ is the title track of their fifth mini album ‘You Make My Day.’ It was released on July 16th, along with the official MV for ‘Oh My!‘ Even though it came out a month ago, the Pledis Entertainment group has only recently started uploading variations of ‘Oh My!‘ For example, within the past week, they have two versions of dance practices for this title track. The boy group have also uploaded part switch versions of many of their title tracks, like ‘Mansae‘, ‘Pretty U‘, ‘Adore U‘ and ‘Don’t Wanna Cry.’
Check out Seventeen’s new part switch version of ‘Oh My!’
Seventeen are absolutely hilarious in this video as they fool around and embrace their inner youth. The members switch parts and act out each other’s parts. For example, Seungkwan pretends to do Vernon‘s rap while Vernon acts out Seungkwan‘s high note. Joshua and Woozi also take turns carrying each other bridal-style. It is really heartwarming especially for fans to witness the members’ adorable personalities and their interactions with each other. Nevertheless, they continue to exhibit their amazing dancing skills and synchronization while doing the choreography for ‘Oh My!‘
Take a look at the newly released Chinese version of ‘Oh My!’ below!
The Chinese version of the MV is essentially the same as the Korean version, except that the Mandarin lyrics are displayed at the bottom of the video.
What do you think of this new part switch version for ‘Oh My!‘ by Seventeen? Let us know in the comments below!
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Written by Lindsay
Edited by Tracey
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