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The SeeYa and Son Ho Joon Collaborate on "More and More," T-ara's Ji Yeon Stars in MV

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Girl group The SeeYa debuted in November 2012 with “Be With You,” releasing a mini-album, “Love U,” in December 2012 containing the title track “Poison.” Now they are back with a new single album, “Tears,” and have released the music video for their title track, “More and More,” a collaboration between The SeeYa and actor Son Ho Joon (“Reply 1994”).

The SeeYa’s agency, Core Contents Media, uploaded the music video on their official YouTube channel on January 3. T-ara’s Ji Yeon and Son Ho Joon appear in the music video playing a couple in love, with Jiyeon as the terminally ill girlfriend.

Son Ho Joon’s narration sets the scene for the MV, “I have a sad love story. Rather than being a memory, I remember it as being closer to pain.”

The MV depicts the last moments between the couple. Son Ho Joon and Ji Yeon take a trip to an amusement park, where Son Ho Joon lights up the merry-go-round for his girlfriend, and they sit together in silence, enjoying their time together. She hands over with her hand knitted gloves, still a work in progress. He is in denial. “Shall we go skiing together tomorrow? We’ll have your favorite ramen and eggs, what do you think? It’ll be delicious. And… Ji Yeon-ah, let’s get married. Let’s do it together for the rest of our lives. You don’t have to reply.” She slumps down beside him mid-speech.

"More and More" is a sad mid-tempo ballad, with SeeYa’s high notes contrasting with Son Ho Joon’s warm voice, and features an acoustic arrangement with strong piano melodies.

Check out The SeeYa and Son Ho Joon's "More and More" MV below:

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