Throwback Thursday: Unexpected Endings

Throwback Thursday: Unexpected Endings

Welcome back to another installment of Throwback Thursdays! This week, it’s all about some of the most plot-heavy/cinematic music videos in K-Pop that feature an unexpected ending. There won’t be much description for this week as I don’t want to spoil the endings for you if you haven’t watched these particular music videos just yet. But for those who have already seen these, how surprised were you with these particular endings? Did you see them coming? Was it something you were expecting as you watched the music video? Let us know in the comments!

“Now” (Uncut Version) - Trouble Maker

If you want to talk about hot and steamy, Trouble Maker is definitely one of the hottest K-Pop duos in the industry. Although we have not gotten a comeback from the unit since the release of “Now” in 2013, there is still hope that HyunA and Hyunseung will join together once more to bring back this iconic duo. This particular music video showcases their amazing chemistry as they bring an intense and passionate plot to life, in a story that may have you on the edge of your seat.

Warning: Music video is rated +19 and is not suitable for minors.

“Skydive” (Director’s Cut) - B.A.P

While B.A.P’s “One Shot” is also deserving of its unexpected endings, “Skydive” has to take the top spot. Not only does this music video give viewers 10 minutes of action and intensity, which B.A.P is known to do with their darker concepts, the ending left many viewers screaming and yelling, “What just happened?!” Brace yourselves for this particular ending. No one saw it coming.

“Please Don’t” - K.Will

If you have been a fan of K.Will for quite some time, you know that he releases some of the most gut-wrenching, feels-inducing music videos. “Please Don’t” is no exception to this. Whether you have watched it or not, the level of “shook” cannot even be quantified. I recommend also bracing yourselves for this particular music video.

Under Sophiya’s Spell

Under Sophiya’s Spell

Comeback Schedule: March 2018

Comeback Schedule: March 2018

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