TASTY has just release the MV for their Chinese debut song “Addiction” at the same time they made their Chinese debut showcase in Beijing, China today.
Their Chinese debut title song “Addiction” is a smooth RnB track which showcases their emotional rapping and singing. They also show their synchronized and sleek dancing in the MV.
Check out their MV below:
Added the upcoming Korean movie “Tasty 2: Happy Together“”s page to HanCinema database
“Tasty 2: Happy Together” (2015)
Directed by Choi Kyeong-seok, Nonaka Kazumi
“A little T-rex named “OO” is born!”
The Cretaceous Period grasslands were a peaceful time for dinosaurs. T-rex daddy Jestar and mommy Sarah had a son named “OO”. He grew up with lots of love and wants to become a T-rex just like his dad. Meanwhile, another T-rex named Bald, is a greedy and savage one, threatening the peaceful life of other T-rex. “OO” loses his mother to an earthquake and his father dies trying to stop Bald from disrupting the peace. Bald is now after “OO” who is all alone. ...
TASTY release the Chinese MV version of “Day “N Night” as part of their debut promotions in China.
TASTY had a successful Chinese debut showcase which took place on August 22 in Beijing. For their Chinese album, the duo are releasing Chinese versions of their tracks such as “You Know Me”,”MAMAMA”, and “Day n Night” with “Addiction” as their title song.
So far, they have released Chinese MV versions of “Addiction”, “You Know Me” and the latest one would be “Day “N Night”. Watch it below:...
TASTY dropped the Chinese version of their “MAMAMA” MV!
While the video is very similar to the Korean version, you can”t have enough TASTY, can you? Especially when there are cameos by label mate INFINITE members and you can check out the Chinese version of the song.
This might just be the tune you jam out to all day, so check it out above!
TASTY reveals the Chinese version of their music video for “Day’N Night”!
Following the release of the Chinese versions for “Addition” and debut track “You Know Me,” TASTY brings fans the next Chinese music video for “Day’N Night.”
The Chinese version of the video follows the storyline of the originally released version from late last year. It tells about an ambiguous relationship. The track itself features an old school styled beat as the duo show off their fast moves. ...
The twin duo of TASTY will be kicking off their Chinese debut soon, but ahead of their activities in China, they”ve released a digital single called “Addiction” in Korea so that domestic fans won”t miss them too much!
The single consists of two versions of the song “Addiction”, which is an R&B track that incorporates TASTY”s unique flavor.
Give them a listen above and below!
SISTAR members Bora and Soyu impressed the cast of “Human Condition” with their healthy appetite and love for food on the latest episode of the entertaining reality show.
To introduce their private circle to fellow cast members, Kim Sook, Kim Ji Min, Kim Young Hee, Kim Shin Young, Park Eun Ji, and A Pink‘s Bomi invited their friends over for a fun house party. The first ones to arrive were SISTAR’s Bora and Soyu, who were greeted by a table filled with tasty dishes prepared by the cast. ...
The twins of TASTY will be greeting their domestic fans with a new digital single titled “Addiction.”
The single is scheduled to drop on August 13 at noon, and it will mark the duo’s last Korean single before their Chinese debut.
“Addiction” is described as an urban R&B track that reflects TASTY’s unique music style. Known for their addictive beats and catchy choruses, it will be interesting to see how the new single differs from TASTY’s previous hits “Day N’ Night,” “Mamama,” and “You Know Me.” ...
The twin duo of TASTY has kicked off their Chinese debut with the full MV release of their song “Addiction“!
The Korean version of this song was already revealed through their previous album as well as a separate single release earlier this month. The Chinese version seems to be serving as their debut song into the market.
Check out the MV above!
When it comes to Chuseok or Korean Thanksgiving, songpyeon or crescent-shaped rice cakes would be the first thing to come to mind for most Koreans. But besides the glutinous rice cakes filled with healthy ingredients, taro (called toran in Korean) is also traditionally enjoyed for this festive season.
Many Koreans, especially people in Seoul and Gyeonggi and Jeolla Provinces have traditionally enjoyed taro soup along with songpyeon on Chuseok, wishing for good health and longevity. ...