G-Dragon made his long-awaited solo comeback last night with the release of his new "Untitled, 2014" MV, which has been noted to be one of his most emotional works yet. Befitting of the song's raw nature, the story of how this video was made is almost just as amazing.
According to YG Entertainment, the "Untitled, 2014" MV was scheduled to film over 2 to 3 days (which is pretty standard for most MVs) with director Han Sa Min at the helm. The plan was to focus primarily on G-Dragon's performance rather than using flashy sets, and the director expected to shoot dozens of scenes for the video before editing the footage down to a final product.
However, the BIGBANG leader was so locked in the zone that he nailed the whole video on his first try. In fact, G-Dragon's performance was so impressive that Han Sa Min said that one take was enough to complete the video without editing. All in all, filming the "Untitled, 2014" MV took just 1 hour, a far cry from the planned 2 to 3 days, and it was reportedly the least amount of time taken to film an MV since BIGBANG's debut.
Filming an MV in just 1 hour is a monumental feat, and it's so impressive that we have to re-watch G-Dragon's performance in his MV once again:
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