The Uncensored Version of ‘Girls’ Music Video Is Quite Freaky

Credit: n.CH Entertainment

NATURE released an uncensored music video of “Girls,” surprising everyone.

On June 24, NATURE released the uncensored version of the music video of “Girls” on its official SNS channels.

Earlier, the music video for “Girls” was judged unfit for broadcast due to many reasons, including sexual content, and underwent a modification. The revised version was released on June 17, and surpassed 1 million views within an hour, quickly topping the “Most Viewed K-POP Music Video” on YouTube at that time.

The music video is based on the movie A Tale of Two Sisters and portrayed Chaebin as the character with multiple personalities. Chaebin’s inherent trauma caused her to split her personality, and the rest of NATURE members expressed the multiple personalities, forming a concept of a brutal fairy tale to complete an unconventional music video.

It includes scenes of strangulation, stabbing dolls, dancing in bloody dresses, implied violence with an ax, scissors, and needle.

Meanwhile, NATURE will appear on the world’s largest online K-culture festival KCON:TACT 2020 SUMMER on June 25.

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