The vocals of the group are practiced and precise, as you would expect them to be when some of the members have worked together for 7 years. This is definitely a song that would find its legs when sung live, allowing the listener to completely focus on the vocal talents of the group. They have steady and clear vocals, laden with emotion that can easily attract any listener. The stage is where this group has the ability to prove their talents, with them already providing stellar examples of live performances, such as “I’m a Bad Boy”. The group’s vocals are really the selling point of this song and it’s sad to say the MV to pales in comparison.
The MV is extremely straightforward compared to the crazy plot driven MVs we have seen and grown to love over the years in K-pop. Instead, the MVs focus is on just the singers themselves as they sing to the camera. It sounds boring, right? Sure, these men are nice to look at, but overall it’s not really enough to keep the viewer interested. This simplistic direction does have a purpose; it serves to increase the focus on the group’s singing ability, allowing the MV to accentuate the mood of the song instead of overpower it.
The barren and cold landscape is symbolic of the empty and longing feelings that people have to deal with when going through a break up. Though, it does seem like the group endured harsh circumstances to bring that added dimension of frosty feelings to the MVwith the breath of the singers clearly being seen in the cold weather. It must have been freezing!