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Crayon Pop’s ‘Uh-ee’ a YouTube hit


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The music video for Crayon Pop’s latest song “Uh-ee” garnered two million views on YouTube within four days of its release.

“Uh-ee” features an unusual style, with its fusion of trot (a traditional style of Korean pop music) and electronic sounds. The message the song conveys is to not be let down even in exhausting and trying times.

The music video includes appearances by singer Kim Chang-ryeol of DJ DOC, Bumkey and comedian Yoon Sung-ho.

The five girls perform with red scarves on their heads and white outfits that resemble hanbok, traditional Korean clothes. The video’s choreography is also unique. The girls do the “chicken leg” dance, standing and jumping on one foot.

It seems like another original performance following its last year’s hit single “Bar Bar Bar.”

The quirky group will open for Lady Gaga’s concert this summer.

By Jin Eun-soo, contributing writer

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