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CHI CHI “Don’t Play Around” In Their Debut MV


Meet the newest girl group on the block, CHI CHI.

Teasing us with an MV teaser earlier last week, Yedang Entertainment‘s 7-member group CHI CHI released their debut single “Don’t Play Around.”

The members of CHICHI were chosen through a two-year audition process, and are meant to have a “girl next door” image.

The music video is colorful and has the girls dressed in all sorts of bright outfits, and even features Lee Jong Seok from the drama “Secret Garden.”

Check out ‘Don’t Play Around” below

Does CHI CHI‘s debut live up to your expectations?

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40 Comments on “CHI CHI “Don’t Play Around” In Their Debut MV”

  1. Saucer says:

    snsd?

  2. Shane says:

    A girl in this looked like Taeyeon???

  3. Sai says:

    They are no different from the other girl group and plus I hear the same rapper from all of the women girl groups rapping once again. So, I guess they are not singing either.

  4. juliagulia007 says:

    They remind me more of After School in their ‘Ah’ and ‘Diva’ days.
    The song is catchy and will likely be a hit, but it’s the same as every other girl group song Koreans release.

    • Saucer says:

      Apparently it’s a ‘brand new style’ if you’re able to decrypt their terrible english. So saying it’s not a brand new style is contradictory to what they said.

      To be though, it’s forking identical to any other example of shytty k-pop, which is all k-pop.

      oh wait, someone just started rapping.. that’s original (no it’s not)

  5. Hmm says:

    seriously…. dont they have any new styles?? i mean… they sound so similar to all the other girl bands.. theres nothing speical about them, their music and their mv…

    im disappointed,.

    • Saucer says:

      It’s not designed for you, it’s for the indovietmalaypinay who don’t seem to be able to tell the difference between songs, so they just think it’s all brilliant.

  6. blah says:

    The music is catchy in a clubby way, but there’s nothing that sets them apart from many of the other girl groups in Kpop… same autotune, same looks, same “fierce” pop style. For a 2-year audition process, the results are pretty disappointing. Kpop needs to expand genres and start focusing on growing and developing the real talent that’s out there… 10CM anyone? now that’s good music. Granted, there are idol groups and solo idols who I do think have talent (e.g. 2AM, IU, Younha, Lynn, Psy, amongst others), but PopSeoul.. can you also from time to time shine the spotlight on the indie / hip-hop / R&B pop scene in Korea outside of idol groups? They deserve it, are extremely talented, and the Korean music industry will need them if they want to continue the “Korean wave”… Just my thoughts…

    • Saucer says:

      This isn’t clubby.. unless it’s some Eastern European club or some club in Ohio, but even they wouldn’t play this bilge.

      “we’ve got a brand new style” …”we’re going to break your heart” … urm, no you don’t and no you’re not.

      and FYI. the ‘Korean wave’ died in 2003.

    • blah says:

      Don’t assume the rest of the world agrees with your definition of “clubby”. As to whether or not clubs in Ohio or East Europe would play this, that’s for them to decide and us to place bets on.

      And the Korean wave is still going strong in Asia. Only in your delusional world did it end sometime in 2003. Facts are facts, and in 2011 Korean wave cultural exports (movies, dramas, food, clothing, video games) are projected to reach $3.8 billion USD in revenue, a 14% INCREASE over 2010 earnings, which in themselves were an increase from 2009, etc etc. I don’t know when the Korean wave will die down, but as of now, it’s still on the rise and the figures clearly support this.

      • Saucer says:

        Clubby = Something you’d dance to in a club, and I’m guessing most of the people in this forum (excluding myself) have ever been to a club or know what sort of music ‘house’ music is, either from it’s chicago or italian roots.

        14% increase is caused by the maturation of aspects of the population increase in S.E. Asia.

        Korean wave died in 2003, so the only thing people care about now is the rise of China as an economic powerhouse and Japanese cultural exports by Studio Ghibli. You can dislike this, but that’s fine because you work for VANK and spend your days doing inane things like telling people not to call the sea of japan, the sea of japan.

      • blah says:

        The 14% increase comes from expanding markets for Korean wave cultural products not only in SE Asia, but also in Japan and China. You are clearly in denial, but hey, it’s your delusional world.
        And again, do not assume YOUR definition of “clubby” music equates to the rest of the world’s. So we’re back at square one: Whether Ohio or Eastern Europe will play this autotune is up to them, and it’s for you and I to place bets on what they choose to do.

        • Saucer says:

          In Europe we have clubs which aren’t full of hookers like in Korea. So yes, I do know what many genres of dance music are. This isn’t one of them, this is just “utterly shyte music”

          • defector1968 says:

            yes here in Europe the hookers are allover the places and the lesser women that left try to hide into clubs

            • Cable says:

              You’re not european, so how the hell would you know. Besides, if you ask any asian they always go to KTV for hookers or to a ‘hair salon’ so you can hardly suggest that hookers aren’t all over the place in asia.

              I’ve been to clubs in asia too, pretty much full of hookers sat with korean guys who are drinking. So, I’m missing what you’re trying to say.

  7. Saucer says:

    CHI-CHI, short for “Creative electronic House Idols‘ << HAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH *breath* HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH

    Serious you k-popfags, it's in no way creative, and it's certainly not house music.

  8. Orange_Fun says:

    I’m sorry, but this is just terrible.

    • ashley says:

      I agree the mv is weird, and I heard that their name ChiChi in other languages
      meaning of CHI CHI in other countries mean…..

      Spanish (Mexican) = boobs

      Japanese = boobs

      Spanish (Spain) = *female genital*

      Mandarin = *male genital*

      they better stay in Korea or change their group name lol

      • Saucer says:

        Well Rain or Bi as he’s called is a rude name for the lady-bits in chinese and no one in china likes him one bit.

  9. teehee says:

    ergh theyre trying so hard to be like snsd.
    when snsd debut they didnt use cute or sexy songs.

  10. Dovey says:

    Meh……

  11. o junks says:

    They need to fire their stylist like pronto. Those black and white striped leggings or whatever are not flattering at all.

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  13. HyoEun says:

    If this group really wanted to overtake SNSD, the first thing they should have done was to bring something fresh and new…not more of the cutesy imagery that we’ve seen with so many other girl groups. In a time when there seems to be a new group debuting every day, original and characteristic songs and themes are what we need..

  14. Alissa field says:

    this song veryyyyyyyy suck.
    i dont think that they can beat soshi

  15. Alissa field says:

    uhhhh…….. they make me feel like gonna puke

    • Alissa field says:

      I m sorry what i say but the song gives me a headaches
      if you want to beat soshi you have to sing song that is better than them
      not like this song
      i m really sorry

  16. Aya says:

    ………………………………..fail, next to 2nd song please

  17. Jetstar72 says:

    I actually like this song unlike most of you it seems

    But then again I like almost all of these kinda start-up take over the world aspiration lots of member pop girl groups

    And although it doesn’t have a lot of vocal talent, the cheap cutesy upbeat dance pop is the only thing thats going to get Kpop into foreign markets.

    I cant see foreigners going crazy of Korean power ballads

  18. SuperJuniorLover6666666666 says:

    I think the song is annoying but i sorta like it…. only the chorus part.
    the girl with long black hair is pretty

  19. Aiashine says:

    Again. Ughh. Dissapointing me. I really miss this concept to After School, “AH” and “DIVA”.

  20. Fiorang says:

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