K.Will’s New Song MV, Seo In-guk & Ahn Jae-hyun’s Shocking Narrative Stuns Fans

Singer K.Will returned with a more striking music video, collaborating with actors Seo In-guk and Ahn Jae-hyun

On June 20th at 6 PM, K.Will’s seventh mini-album “All The Way” and its title track “No Sad Song For My Broken Heart” were released, along with the music video.

In this new release, K.Will delves into the story of “me” and “relationships”. The album portrays the excitement, sadness and anticipation humans experience in forming relationships, aiming to resonate deeply with listeners.

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“No Sad Song For My Broken Heart” is a collaboration between singer-songwriter Yoon Sang and lyricist Kim Eana. K.Will’s emotional voice enhances this heart-wrenching breakup song.

Even before its release, the song generated immense anticipation from fans both domestically and internationally. This excitement was fueled by the announcement that Seo In-guk and Ahn Jae-hyun, who starred in the music video for K.Will’s “Please Don’t…”, would be appearing again in this new music video.

The previous music video gained worldwide attention for its shocking twist, earning the nickname “World Gay” due to the intense fan love for the characters. This new music video continues the story from “Please Don’t…”.

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In the video, Seo In-guk and Ahn Jae-hyun spend time together, sharing drinks and deep conversations. Intoxicated, Seo In-guk gazes at Ahn Jae-hyun’s lips while he sleeps, appearing conflicted.

Ultimately, Seo In-guk, with a trembling voice, asks Ahn Jae-hyun, “There’s something I haven’t told you. Can I hug you just once?” He then embraces Ahn Jae-hyun, who watches in bewilderment. The scene transitions to a funeral setting, revealing Seo In-guk’s death.

Viewers were shocked by the unexpected ending. Reactions included comments like “I feel betrayed” and “Was the teaser misleading?

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Various interpretations of the music video emerged. Some noted the broken clock showing 10:11, the release date of “Please Don’t…”, and speculated that the time shown at the end, 6:20, indicated the release date of the new song. Others interpreted the white butterflies around Seo In-guk as a symbol foreshadowing his death.

In a recent interview with My Daily, K.Will mentioned, “We considered making a prequel to ‘Please Don’t…’ but decided it would be better to continue the story. I’m very grateful to Seo In-guk and Ahn Jae-hyun for their enthusiastic participation.”

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