(Please excuse me for posting the music video in cut compilation because of copyright issues.) Nice to meet you all! I’m Hoonigang, Tomas, MAC, and BBAK-GOO from Hoonigang TV. Today’s video is SUNMI – LALALAY MV. SUNMI is our generation. I’m from Wonder Girls. -Right. It’s our generation. That’s why I can’t see it through the same age, so I prepared it. We have a new song, so we have to listen to it. Have you heard of LALAY? -I’ve never heard of it before. MAC, have you heard this song? -I heard that BBAK-GOO is a school day. (Nonsense) BBAK-GOO, have you heard this song? -I haven’t heard of Wonder Girls since Tell Me. That’s serious. Time’s stopped? Have you been to prison? I know there’s TV in prison, too. It wasn’t a fly, it was a fly. (Different from the words that you knew before) Let’s take a look at LALALAY! Let’s get it! It’s coming out of my bag. Isn’t that Tong Ah-jeo? What is it? Isn’t it Zuon? I heard SUUNMI has gained 8kg this time. -Why? How do I know that? I think it looks like Hwa Sa. -I feel a little bit. It’s a butterfly. Taekwondo! There are so many different outfits! I had a tattoo on my chest. Isn’t it a butterfly? -That’s right. There were a lot of scenes expressing butterflies. -That’s right. Isn’t it a tiger butterfly? I think the title LALALAY is an expression of the meaning of a butterfly flying. The video was good. The previous videos were similar, but they were colorful and fresh. I think I made a new attempt. There were a lot of scene changes. There were many costumes and places. Early on, when I saw a scene with bobbed hair and sunglasses on, Lady Gaga came to mind. It was a dress reminiscent of Lady Gaga’s colorful and over-designed look. I first thought it was similar to Billie Silish. It felt so weird. -That’s right. There was a scene where I was whispering. -There was Taekwondo, too. It was a song with a Korean feeling. I have to clean up the music video. Let’s get this straight by dancing.