Okay, let me just talk about the beauty of Shin Seung Hoon’s music video for his new song “Sorry.”
The music video starts out with a girl who is sitting by a pond and has a fishing rod in hand. The pond represents her innermost memories and the items that come out are all symbols of the man she loved. The first thing that comes out of the water is the piano he used to play for her. Next comes the teddy bear he gifted her, the guitar he tried to teach her how to play, the bed they used to sleep on together, and the glasses he wore.
After coming out from the water, the items float above the pond until finally the figure of a man begins to emerge from the water.
Out from the pond comes forth the man she loved, and once he comes out from her inner most memory, she breaks down into tears and the music video ends.
I think we should all applaud the fact that although this may be a very simple music video, it is able to overflow with emotion and take your breath away.
When it’s time to say goodbye
It’s always raining