TWICE Update: K-Pop Female Group Pays Homage To Famous Movies In 'What is Love?' MV
TWICE pays tribute to some of the popular movies of all time in their comeback album What Is Love? It quickly climbed to the top of music charts and its music video has gained millions of views on YouTube.
The "What Is Love?" MV picked up from where the promo teaser left off. The video opens with the K-pop idols in a sleepover and they are having a movie marathon. The girls explore the question of "What Is Love?" and the true definition of love by recreating some of the iconic scenes from the movies in an upbeat tempo and dance choreography.
Nayeon did a schoolgirl Princess Mia scene from The Princess Diaries film. Jeongyeon and Sana recreated the famous pottery wheel scene of Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in the film Ghost. Mina wears headphones like in the French movie La Boum. Sana and Tzuyu imitate the dance-off scene from the Pulp Fiction movie.
Tzuyu and Jeongyeon recreate the famous fish tank scene in Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes' Romeo + Juliet film. Jihyo & Jeongyeon did a spin on the school scene from the Japanese film Love Letter. Momo and Tzuyu performed Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling's La La Land dance scene. Chaeyoung and Dahyun pay homage to Léon: The Professional.
TWICE What Is Love? Album
TWICE's latest EP has been racing to the top of several charts in Korea since its release. The title track, "What is Love?," apparently reached the No. 1 spot in six major music sites in the country - Melon, Naver, Mnet, Genie, Bugs, and Soribada, Soompi reported. As for its MV, it has more than 10 million views on YouTube since the time it was shared on Monday.
What is Love? is TWICE's fifth album. Aside from the lead track of the same title, the EP has four other songs, "Sweet Talker," "Ho!," "Dejavu," and "Say Yes." Those who will purchase a physical copy of the album will also receive the bonus track, "Stuck."
TWICE released their debut EP, The Story Begins, in 2015. TWICE has dropped hits such as "Cheer Up" and "TT" in 2016, and "Likey" last year. The group is also set to launch its third Japanese single, "Wake Me Up", on May 16 before heading to a tour. Their second tour, titled Twice 2nd Tour: Twiceland Zone 2 - Fantasy Park, will kick off in Seoul on May 18.