After many days of “teasing” with a series of dreamy teaser photos, on the evening of July 22, SM Entertainment officially released the teaser MV for DO’s solo debut (EXO). Accordingly, the MV is titled Rose and is a product composed by DO himself. This is a song about a beautiful love story, very cheerful, happy with a smooth, joyful guitar rhythm.
Although the teaser is only 27 seconds long, it has also revealed extremely poetic, youthful footage and the main character is the male idol DO. In terms of genre, the SM male singer’s solo song belongs to the genre. Acoustic folk music (classical folk) is gentle, easy to go into people’s hearts.
In the teaser, the audience also felt the bright, loving music colors that were opened with the catchy guitar sound and DO’s sweet voice even though it only sang two lines: “Please don’t go too far. Stay here always, in my heart, every day.” In this teaser, the male singer appeared with a headset to cycle around the city, bringing a very poetic space, giving viewers a feeling of comfort and joy.
It is known that DO’s first solo album is called EMPATHY, including 8 songs: Rose, I’m Gonna Love You (Feat. Wonstein), My Love, It’s Love, Dad, I’m Fine, Rose (English Version) ), Si Fueras Mia. Notably, in this album, the male singer will use up to 3 languages: Korean, English and Spanish. The album will be officially released on July 26.
Immediately after its release, the teaser received nearly 1 million views and a lot of complimenting comments:
“I want you to carry me everywhere like this!”
“As beautiful as a youth movie”.
“SM got an actor worth the money.”
“Is that actor Kyungsoo in the MV for singer DO?”
“I have it all, but in the back I don’t have you”
“Cycling runs straight to my heart, DO,” some netizens commented.
DO’s real name is Doh Kyung Soo, he was born in 1993, used to be a member of the Korean-Chinese boy group EXO. In addition to music, he also starred in a number of TV series and movies. Among them, there are series such as: Pure Love (2016), My brother has no sin (2016), Positive Physique (2016), Room No.7 (2017), 100 Days Prince (2018), Challenge Death: Between Two Worlds and Swing Kids (2018).