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[Video Review] BTOB Makes its 2nd Confession with Good Feelings

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2013.04.11 15:30 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

Spring is in the air and all the idols are out to kill us.


[Video Review] BTOB Makes its 2nd Confession with Good Feelings

On April 11, BTOB returned to the music scene with its newest song, 2nd Confession, where the members sing about forgetting about their pride and letting their love be known to a past lover for a second time.

[Video Review] BTOB Makes its 2nd Confession with Good Feelings

The bright colors and upbeat melody just makes the warm springtime breeze blow in our faces as the BTOB Members skip around under the sun and unknowingly become cupids for a day to deliver a very important message with a little touch of magic.

[Video Review] BTOB Makes its 2nd Confession with Good Feelings

2nd Confession continues the ongoing trend of sugar-coated love songs that have the highest chance of grabbing onto a girl’s heartstrings and never letting go.

And if you haven’t caught on just yet, we’re complete suckers for cute love songs, especially when BTOB is wearing such pretty colors and spewing out adorable things into our ears (we wouldn’t mind being Peniel’s backpack).

Though we will say, with the impromptu jam sessions in the room and random singing in the streets, the cheese factor was just a little too high this time around - though perhaps all of that is acceptable in idol-world.

[Video Review] BTOB Makes its 2nd Confession with Good Feelings

While the song’s basically about a guy who isn’t able to move on from an old relationship and is begging for the girl to come back, hence the 2nd Confession, BTOB manages to pull it off without making it seem too desperate, and if we were the ex-girlfriend, we would definitely be theirs in a heartbeat.

Rating: ★★★☆☆



Photo Credit: Cube Entertainment

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