Hyejeong gets a text and hugs her telephone to herself in gladdomestic dog love, but her mood darkens temporarily when she and the alternative girls see the boyfriend walk by with every other girl. They become into magical girls (ala 'Sailor Moon') and prank him to coach him a lesson; they freeze time and kick him, spook him by acting and then without notice vanishing, magically mess with his espresso, and more. No longer content to stay up for karma to do its job, these girls mete out hilarious punishment themselves.
The lighting tricks are in factbeautiful amusing, if now not amazing. I lovethe style their accessories magically pop into being, and the sparkly effects around their eyes are a pleasing touch too.
The cloth wardrobe had me laughing, because their magical lady uniforms appear to be ballet outfits, whole alongside cute, fluffy tutus. This is par for the path in that genre, though, where the garb is more adorable than cool. The other costumes were definitely made for the male gaze, replete with naked midriffs and legs, but the attractiveness of AOA Cream is that they wear the ones so well.