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Aespa dazzles in an otherworldly MV for ‘Dreams Come True’ remake

Funny how dreams come true~

Again, aespa have slayed the MV game with their latest SM Station release: a remake of S.E.S’ 1998 song “Dreams Come True”. 

This release is part of SM Entertainment’s Remastering Project, where the record label will be remastering their music video releases from 1990s to the 2000s on YouTube. The remastering project also aims to show international music fans the history of K-Pop, as well as help the growth of the (South) Korean music industry. The release is also part of the current “SMTOWN 2022: SMCU EXPRESS” project.

Aespa’s re-recording of “Dreams Come True” as well as the accompanying music video was released on December 20, 2021 at 6 P.M. KST. South Korea’s “Queen of K-Pop” BoA participated in the song’s production, choreography, and visuals, adding the girl group’s “unique young energy”, hip-hop vibe and futuristic concept to the already dreamy sound of the song. 

The music video showcases both dreamy and edgy, futuristic concepts, which were executed brilliantly by aespa. In one scene, the girls portray fairies (possibly in KWANGYA), and in another, they portray their group’s individual concept—complete with their æ-vatars. 

Here’s what MYs (aespa’s fans) have to say about the MV:

Obviously, the aespa girls ate and left no crumbs for this remake. We can’t wait to see what else is in store for the SMTOWN 2022: SMCU EXPRESS project!


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