• severely

    I rather like it! I hadn’t paid much attention to them at their debut, because they were too similar to Beast, a group I don’t particularly care for.

    But this is more cheeky and fun. It has a lot going on, but it isn’t overwhelming or unpleasant to listen to. And the dance is lots of fun to watch to.

    I think I’ll start paying more attention to them.

  • catherine19

    I’ve been following them since their debut, and I’m so glad they decided to do a complete turnaround in concept for their comeback.

    The song gives me Backstreet Boys/N’Sync vibes, which I totally love, since I grew up listening to them. In addition, it’s something completely different from what all other boy bands are doing right now, which hopefully will give them the attention that they didn’t receive during their debut. It doesn’t hurt that the choreography and dancing is totally fun to watch, especially in live performances. 

    Also, when you described the end of the dance as a hot mess, I laughed, but in a good way, because I totally agreed with you. But I think it fits in perfectly, especially for live performances, when you can watch them let loose and show their quirky and fun side, something that only fans of BTOB know, through their reality TV shows :)

    • Gaya_SB

      I’ve really been enjoying the lives for “Wow,” with the members ‘cheering throughout the song, and then Ilhoon dougie-ing it up at the end–they’ve been a lot of fun so far!

      • https://twitter.com/#!/LimaCake LimaCake

        LOL Gaya I don’t think I can express how many times I’ve replayed the dougie-ing! It’s not as clean as Taeyang’s, but it’s a definite highlight of my life

  • seventaxies

    This is like, SO GOOD. Didn’t really care about the awkward intro by Ilhoon, but everything else is perfect. The “oh eh oh eh oh eh don’t break” is surely gonna get stuck on everyone’s head. Reminds me of BSB circa 1990’s, which is always a welcome for me in the current Kpop trend.

  • Whirly Pop

    They’re all hot here, especially Chansub. I wasn’t that impressed, it was good but not so amazing. I just don’t feel like there is much distinction between this and the songs from other boy groups. I wish there was a signature line that stood out or a hairstyle.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/X4LOSK754SQGDSXH5HSGKVWZ34 Hachau

    i love love love the falsettos!! they were definitely highlights for me!
    and sungjae, he does not look like the maknae….i am very impressed with how manly he comes off. even with their debut, he has a very charismatic impression

    i’m glad this is their next single, because their debut track was similar to B2ST, and it is characteristic of B2ST’s image. This song allowed B2B to have a different feel from their (awesome!) sunbae

  • https://twitter.com/#!/LimaCake LimaCake

    I really, really need to start giving more groups a chance. I love this song so much. I even love the faux swag they got going on! Anyone who grew up loving BSB and Nsync will appreciate how awesome this song is. 

  • snowclrops

    I really like this song, but I didn’t like the music video.

    The boy meets girl concept seemed really tired and overdone by the time this came out. It didn’t help that FT Island had released a similar concept literally days before hand.

    Plus, I really didn’t like the girl. She was definitely trying to be sexy with the cherry, her cleavage, and her legs. And it just seemed out of place (even ignoring the All-Ages rating). If she and the boys want to go back and forth with being sexy with one another, that’s one thing. But the guys weren’t returning it and so it just seemed extremely awkward. She was way too oversexed for them. 

    Also, I was really excited for this 90s concept because they released several amazing teasers and mentioned that it was about the 90s time and again and was really disappointed when the music video didn’t actually visually play up that aesthetic at all. Beyond the song, it really didn’t remind me of the 90s at all.

    Also, am I the only one who wasn’t reminded of the Backstreet Boys? Sure, there was a similar sound to that period, but if you listen to the Backstreet Boys again, you’ll realize that all their hit songs have a much slower tempo. It is totally different.

  • Clearlife

    I love this comeback…

    I love it so much

    It’s a good image for them that actually works and I like it ALOT
    Again I LOVE IT

    About Sungjae’s age.. Shocking I’m more shocked about Zelo’s age… 1996 yo (same goes for Jongup)