I was going to make one video out of this, and I probably still will, eventually. If you don’t know what KPop is, it’s Korean Pop music, which is really popular these days. Probably because American Pop music just sucks. Anyway, let’s get to it. This blog post will include several videos and a lot of pictures, so you’ll have to click “read the rest of this entry” for the whole blog. I don’t want to have the home page looking like an anime website.
When I said “EZ Symbolism” I really meant it. The symbolism in these videos are really obvious, and the most basic. You won’t find elaborate stories in these videos…
Lots more once you click “Read the rest of this entry”
Now comes the picture analysis:
Checker board flooring, which is a reference to Masonry
You will see LOTS of Black & White in these videos. But that’s just a fashion trend, right? Of course it is, because it’s been forced into popularity. Kind of like “Forced Memes” on the Internet. The idea is that if you keep pushing an ‘idea’ onto people, it will eventually catch on.
Moving on… There’s not much to this video, but there is some interesting parts to it. At the very end, ‘The Girls’ seem to be inside a painted head? I don’t get it either. But the camera zooms out of the LEFT eye.
Well, that’s awesome, I guess. There’s something else, but we’ll save that for the end of the blog.
Remember, this is easy symbolism, you probably don’t even need my picture analysis of these videos. But I save you from having to listen to it, at least! So what’s in this one, then?
‘The Girls’ are in black & white… how original.
Resembles an eyeball, doesn’t it?
There’s a story version to this video as well, which actually has a good message. It’s about some cheerleaders (played by ‘The Girls’) who get intimidated by ‘The Girls’ in black, because they’re more flashier than them or something. Long story short, you figure out that The Girls in black are products of Television, so the cheerleaders unplug the TV and they disappear. So, they were just fake! Yay!
This is another band signed to the same record label as Girls Generation: SM Entertainment.
This is such a kawaii song ^_^
There’s quite a bit of it in this one, most notably is the gigantic spiral eyeball.
Hexagons are a prevalent symbol of Transhumanism (you know, for bee hives)
Diamoned black & white hoodie, with pyramid studded bracelets. Left eye is also emphasized.
I nearly choked when this.. girl? starts rapping.
Check out that ring!
They even reference Disney in this song/video
Alright, that’s pretty much it for this post. I’m saving all the other videos I’ve found for the 10 minute video compilation. No spoilers 🙂 But there is one last thing I should address…
The heavily emphasized right eye
Hm… They should know which is the correct eye to use, if they’re going to represent Horus. No words from me on this yet…
Thanks for reading!