Apink have dropped their music video for “%% (Eung Eung).”
The track is an ’80s-inspired dance pop bop, complete with dreamy synths, background claps and fuzzy beats. The accompanying video finds the group in a “Pink Factory,” where the members manufacture a glittery pink heart, in hopes of bringing their dream man to life.
With “%% (Eung Eung),” the veteran K-pop group continue their foray into darker dance pop that started with 2018’s “I’m So Sick,” eschewing the bright, feminine sound of their earlier hits like “Mr Chu” and “NoNoNo.”
The track is off the group’s eighth EP, Percent, which is out now. Watch Apink’s video for “%% (Eung Eung)” below:
And listen to Percent here: