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TWICE goes mysteriously magical on their latest Japanese MV for ‘Kura Kura’

It’s both magical and surreal.

JYP Entertainment’s powerful girl group TWICE goes mysteriously magical for their Japanese music video for ‘Kura Kura‘ on April 20 on their Japanese YouTube channel.

Their 8th Japanese single of the same name is expected to be released on May 12. The song is about losing control of their own feelings and emotions after meeting someone where everything feels so magical.

The group appeared as a whole with nine members. Although Jeongyeon didn’t seem to participate in the performance clips, she still got solo shots for the MV.

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Aside from their Japanese comeback, the group is reported to be gearing up for another OT9 comeback on June after their second full album released on October last year. –Hallyulife.com

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