BTS Jimin, 'Set Me Free Pt.2' music video released
Jimin overwhelmed fans around the world with a powerful performance in the music video for the pre-released song 'Set Me Free Pt.2' from his solo album.
On the 17th, at 1:00 pm, Jimin released the music video for the pre-release song 'Set Me Free Pt.2' from his solo album 'FACE' through his official YouTube channel.
In a space with a circular structure reminiscent of a panopticon, you can feel the grandeur in the powerful group dance performed by Jimin and dozens of dancers.
'Set Me Free Pt.2' is a song that contains a determined will to shake off various emotions such as pain, sadness, and emptiness and move forward freely.
Intense brass and drum lines clearly elevate the message of the song, and the orchestra sound and choir sound maximize the magnificent atmosphere.
The music video also visualized the firm and grand feeling of the song. The circular space embodies an inescapable bondage, and the camera work that moves up and down, from side to side, and from various angles and lighting.
It reveals the will to overcome wandering and wounds within the bondage as if it were dynamic production.
Jimin appeared with a strong expression wearing a black leather costume and dramatically expressed the emotions of the song with an excellent performance. The music video ends with a powerful and resolute atmosphere, showing that liberation and freedom have finally been obtained with a calmer and calmer face.
Jimin's solo album 'FACE' contains the story of fully facing himself and preparing for a new start as an artist Jimin.
The various emotions felt over the past two years were honestly melted, and 'Set Me Free Pt.2' is a song that decorates the finale of the narrative of those feelings.
On the other hand, Jimin plans to release all the songs in his solo album 'FACE' on the 24th and continue various activities.
Written by Lee Gyeong Ho
Translated by Lee So Yun
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