Ehemmm.... Not only are the lyrics bad, but it also teaches cheaters that you should buy all of your girls (I know it is only Chunji's gf and his "noona") the same perfume, so you won't get caught. I'm actually only going to talk about the music videos themselves in this thread and not the songs (even though both the music video and the lyrics are sometimes just as bad.) As me and my brother interpreted this music video, it is like "If you want to impress a girl, then don't be yourself. Be a cool dude, because nobody likes nerd." "Stalking is okay" "Stalking is okay." (I still like Kyuhyun though) I used to find this MV romantic, but this is actually creepy. He is freaking stalking her. (And can I just mention how he never goes out? and only watches movies and fantatizes about her? It just seems sad and unhealthy.) What was the name of the MV where Jay Park freaking stalks a girl and it turns into a romantisicized version of the "clean" mv version of Going Crazy by Song Ji-Eun and Yongguk? And yup, some kpop mvs be like "Stalking is so romantic." . The message in the song itself is great, but what on earth is with the ending of this mv? "yup, if your boyfriend cheats on you and you break up afterwards, then it is a good idea to get back to him." EDIT: That is not an advice I would give Chunji's girlfriend. other bad messages in kpop mvs?