• http://profile.yahoo.com/QWY3XABRR65SGRNPDABSYRUG3Q Jon

    The part about “Ga-eun being really fast”  made me laugh! 

    The weirdness of their second MV (Have Not version) draws me to it. For some reason, I find it quirky and enjoyable, even though it’s strange.

  • Jonah Murillo

    i actually really liked the “Have Not” version of the mv. It was very funny. I didn’t even bother to watch the “Have” version 

  • CJux

    I loved the Have Not version. I just found it hilarious; the acting and the way they filmed it was what made this completely weird MV unique and comical in its own way. I hope Dal Shabet keeps releasing more MVs like this.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lucaswoodstock Lucas Oliveira Dantas

    i LOVE LOVE the have not version. i agree with you at some points and maybe you have a better overall view about dal shabet’s career; but, i think, if their concepts and intentions have always been very wacky and out-there, what’s the point on reasoning on both videos?

    i mean, they both make no sense at all and that’s the main beauty of dal shabet: they embrace their craziness and it’s mostly fun – c’mon! the guy with a pink chimpanzee mask on “pink rocket”‘s video, channeling kubrick’s 2001: a space odyssey, is PERFECTION and that’s all!

    i love the song and am already snatching wigs on the dancefloor with them and the mini-album is actually cute and consistent.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sam.james.gordon Sam-James Gordon

    Do you ever write anything that doesn’t end on a negative note -_- I love Dal Shabet and think this is a great entry to their repoire. As others have said the concept is intentionally nonsensical and wacky  I think they’re one of the most relevant girl groups promoting atm – just listen to their fan chants for their comeback stage.