From James Bond to Tarantino, cinema has played a big part in influencing K-pop MVs.
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11 Apr 2018 - 4:01 PM  UPDATED 11 Apr 2018 - 4:01 PM

K-pop fans and movie buffs everywhere are currently obsessed with TWICE's latest music video, "What Is Love?," which packs in nine different cinematic references. From Ghost to Pulp Fiction, "What Is Love?" is jam-packed full of nods to famous films, but it's far from the first K-pop music video to do this.

Here's 8 super cinematic Korean MVs that have been inspired by the big screen!

Brown Eyed Girls - Kill Bill (Kill Bill)

Girls' Generation - Hoot (James Bond)

EXID - L.I.E. (Grand Budapest Hotel)

Girls' Generation - Paparazzi (Singin' In The Rain)

T.O.P. - Doom Dada (2001: A Space Odyssey)

SISTAR - Give It To Me (Moulin Rouge) 

SHINee - Married To The Music (Rocky Horror Picture Show)

T-ara - Roly Poly (Saturday Night Fever)


 

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