Secret Give Good Sad Face in Their “Talk That” Music Video
Posted by Newson 12/04/2012 at 5:24 AM
When it comes to Korean girl group, SECRET, they usually serve up one of two concepts: ultra sexy, or ultra cute. Usually the former. But for their new single, “Talk That,” the girls have had a change of heart, not only trading in their signature brassy retro sound for gloomy synth-pop, but also adopting a much more serious image than they’ve ever had before. They’re still pretty saucy, strutting around their new video in short skirts and knee-high boots, but now their sexy shtick comes with added sad face. Lots and lots of it. It’s kind of like Ke$ha’s “Die Young” sneer face, only sad.
Without further lollygagging, please enjoy our top ten SECRET sad face moments from the “Talk That” music video, below.
THE TEARY, ONE-EYED SAD FACE:
THE ABANDONED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET SAD FACE:
THE FUCK MY LIFE SAD FACE:
THE DEPRESSED AND LOOKING UP SAD FACE:
THE DEPRESSED AND LOOKING DOWN SAD FACE:
THE HEARTBREAKING PHONE CALL SAD FACE:
THE DRAMATICALLY CHOKE YOURSELF AND WAIL SAD FACE:
THE LONELIEST BATH EVER SAD FACE:
THE REACH OUT AND TOUCH FAITH SAD FACE:
THE TOO SAD TO CARE IF SOMEONE GROPES YOUR BREAST SAD FACE:
And finally, the actual music video.
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