The Japanese song is totally different to their K-pop music!
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7 Jul 2017 - 2:25 PM  UPDATED 7 Jul 2017 - 2:25 PM

After making a triumphant comeback in Korea just two weeks ago with "Five," Apink are already back with their eighth Japanese single, "Motto Go! Go!"

The song is totally different to their K-pop music, with an energetic, synthpop sound that's perfect for the Japanese summer.

The music video is totally adorable, with Apink switching between sweat-stained volleyball outfits and cute, summery ensembles. At one point, they even let loose in a karaoke bar! 

Apink have been incredibly successful in Japan since debuting over there in 2014. Three of their singles have reached No. 2 on the Oricon charts, and their two Japanese studio albums both sold over 10,000 copies each. 

Check out "Motto Go! Go!" below!

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