Kpop might be generally known for its bubbly songs and cute music videos but that doesn’t mean that they don’t like to scare their fans sometimes. Here are a couple of scary MVs.
First on the list, we have Jay Park’s New Breed which was released just this August. The mv itself is not as scary as the heavy make-up on Jay’s face.
Next up, we have IU’s MIA, also known as Missing Child. This mv is very artistic but it really reminds me of a horror movie where everything just reaches out and grabs your legs. When IU’s good friend Cheondeung from MBLAQ appears, it becomes a little less tense.
And how can I leave out one of many unique music videos from Sunny Hill? Sunny Hill’s Pray exudes a creepy factor in that it involves an alienated creature, or maybe a genetically altered human. And the slow melody of the songs adds to the anticipation of horror, although the main story line is a bit sad.
This next music video is really like a scary vampire-warewolf movie. The odd sounds in the beginning and the black-and-white format really take you into another world. The graveyard and more people who latch onto your legs just make this the creepiest mv on the list. I don’t watch Taeyang’s I’ll Be There that often because it’s too intimidating for me.
Number 5 on the list is the MV for Lee Hyori’s song Swing featuring Leessang. Now the idea of clowns being creepy may have become cliche but they still freak some people out. The gloomy weather and the bare setting on top of the slow tune give more effect to the purpose of the video.
Despite being a beautiful song, 2NE1’s music video for It Hurts still creeps me out a little. The whole music video seems like it’s Halloween themed.
And last up on the list is Epik High’s Fan, in honor of their comeback. This music video has to be the creepiest one I have seen to this day. I mean, the girl puts the guy in a washing machine for crying out loud! And then, she attaches him to rocket. Poor guy. I wonder what he did to her.
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