SEOUL, Korea, Nov 08 (Korea Bizwire) – Miss A, the four member Chinese-Korean girl group known for a hit song “I Don’t Need a Man” last year, has come back with a new album “Hush.” The title song was ranked at the top positions in major music download sites such as Olleh Music, Bugs, and Soribada only 4 hours after release. This music video has attracted as much attention as the song.
The four members wearing long-sleeve turtlenecks look quite different from any other girl groups that try to expose themselves. Still the Miss A members are sexier than any other, which is exactly what JYP Entertainment, the group’s talent management agency, intended to do. Instead of being scantily clad, they opt to be sensual in their dance moves and facial expressions. Even Suzy, the youngest member best known for her cute, prudish roles in dramas and movies, appears on the music video with dark make-up and sultry stares.
The title song “Hush” depicts the state of mind of a girl who has fallen in love with a man. True to Miss A, the girl’s state of mind is more or less candid and uninhibited. The scenes in the video show a dark public shower room, a house flooded with water, an abandoned subway car, and a ruin-like department store floor. The song follows the typical “acoustic mood” tune, with progressively faster tempo and rhythmical guitar play. As soon as the release, the song is heaped with praises like “Miss A did it again!”