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INFINITE to release ver. A of their "Destiny" MV + alternately perform all of their new songs on comeback stages

By starsung   Friday, July 19, 2013   49,562   3,466   76



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INFINITE returned with their "Destiny" MV which was marked "ver. B" in the title, indicating that there is perhaps a "ver. A" waiting for us, and Woollim Entertainment confirmed that there is a "ver. A" heading our way.

Woollim Entertainment explained that the version we saw was actually an edited version of the original. The video was edited after the unfortunate Asiana plane crash in order to show respect for the tragic event. Thus, all the plane scenes that were included in the MV had been cut out.

The agency commented, "We are currently discussing our plans about whether to release [ver. A]. We are discussing towards the direction of releasing it, but the exact time period has not yet been decided."

Their agency also shared the good news that INFINITE will perform all of their new songs for their comeback stages on 'Music Bank', 'Music Core', and 'Inkigayo' this week. So you can expect to see a different song and stage for each comeback stage!

The agency confirmed, "Since the title track, 'Destiny', is receiving so much love, INFINITE will also alternately perform 'Inception', 'Going to You', and 'Mother'."

Stay tuned for INFINITE's comeback stage on 'Music Bank' later tonight!

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infinite7chasers Sunday, August 4, 2013

that's so thoughtful of woollim :)) hoping they release it soon!

lalalalololo Sunday, July 21, 2013

the whole production costs was almost 1billion usd but because they were thoughtful, they were willing to edit it for others who were sensitive to the issue. gosh woollim is probably one of the best companies

Dragonfly0915 Saturday, July 20, 2013

It's kind of interesting...I read many comments from Chinese fans on Baidu that were expressing surprise that Woollim cut the scenes. In China, there apparently is not that much sensitivity. Disasters happen and you move on. It's strange to them that Korea is more sensitive to the crash when all the victims who died are Chinese.

wantedx9 Sunday, July 21, 2013

Im am 100% with you on the whole "It's strange to them that Korea is more sensitive to the crash when all the victims who died are Chinese", i dont really understand it xD

realasianbeauty Monday, July 22, 2013

@wantedx9 In as much as we feel its such a waste that they could not release the airplane shots because of one incident, we just have to put our feet in their shoes to fully understand them.. :) Asiana is a Korean airline. Thus people have their eyes on Koreans these days. if they release it, they would look like a bunch of people insensitive and uncaring about other people... You see here, Woollim's got sense.. :) I hope they release it soon, though! :)

kpopmontrealfan Saturday, July 20, 2013

Woolim is soo considerate ,even if they took time to film or edit i dont know that version a (that cost money probably) they are still considerating .Thats why i like Woolim :)

boundless Friday, July 19, 2013

this was extremely considerate of woollim to do! <3

marielcas Friday, July 19, 2013

Wooliment maybe is one the good label's in korea ;

minted_vanilla Friday, July 19, 2013

How passionate they are ^_^ ;

MusicAllDay Friday, July 19, 2013

How considerate of woollim

xsimplydashingx Friday, July 19, 2013

it was really considerate for woolim to do that. looking forward to ver. A!! ;

triniblossom Friday, July 19, 2013

How considerate of them. :)

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