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Dynamic Duo Releases Teaser Vid for ′Without You′

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2011.12.29 16:45 Mwave Kim, JiYeon

Hip-hop′s Dynamic Duo members Choiza and Gaeko challenged themselves with some serious acting for its music video for Without You, a title track off its sixth album.

The duo released teaser of the music video on December 28 before its official release slated for January 4.

In the teaser, Choiza and Gaeko, who are more likely to cause laughter with their witty words and mischievous behavior, showed their serious side after transforming themselves into two men who are competing over a woman.

Dynamic Duo Releases Teaser Vid for ′Without You′

A rep from the duo’s agency, Amoeba Culture, on December 29 said, “Dynamic Duo has been filming music videos of various genres from its first album to fifth album. We were thinking about what kind of genre that they haven’t done, and somebody suggested going for serious acting. We accepted the suggestion and began preparing for the filming.”

The rep continued, “The concept of the music video fits the mood of the song, Without You; all the staff members as well as the Dynamic Duo members are satisfied with it.”

Netizens who watched the teaser images showed various reactions from “Gaeko’s crying scene is so funny," “They are so bad at acting," and “I thought it would be funny, but it’s somehow moving.”

The full music video will be released on January 4 along with sound sources of tracks off the new album.

Meanwhile, Dynamic Duo has been preparing for the release of two full-length albums, which will be released in one month intervals to mark its 10th anniversary. The duo has been currently busy with the new albums and rehearsals for the 2012 Amoebahood Concert, which is set for the end of January.

Photo credit: Amoeba Culture

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