K-Pop Group Brown-Eyed Girls' Evolution Into Rebellious Controversy
May 29, 2010
“Brown-Eyed Girls” sometimes abbreviated “BEG” is a Korean-Pop group made up of four female singers named Jea, Ga-In, Miryo and Narsha. This group has risen to popularity due to their album “Hold The Line” and “Love“.
Before when they first came out, they had this happy-go-lucky image but during the release of their third album “candy man” the group sparked a lot of controversy as they changed their image into a mature, independent tough girl-rock group. In truth the music video of ABRACADABRA was the one that really made a lot of people raise their eyebrows. The song can be seen as something in the electronica category and has some scenes that are quite sexy, hinted at forbidden sex and adultery and even lesbianism. I guess since “Brown-Eyed Girls wanted to depart that girly image, they had to go forward with real mature material.
The song Abracadabra was composed by Ji-Nu (famous as the bassist foR the group ROLLERCOASTER) and Min-Soo Lee. I have attached an older video of ’love" and then two videos that reflected that change in attitude with the song “Abracadabra”. Their promoter has advertised their upcoming video for “Drunk On Sleep” to be more provocative than “Abracadabra’s” music video.