[Video] Red Velvet Re-Releases ‘Happiness’ MV with Edited Scenes
After much controversy, Red Velvet has re-released its debut music video for Happiness, removing the much talked about scenes.
On August 4, Red Velvet released its Happiness music video, following its initial release on August 1. Two scenes from the re-released music video were changed, while the rest remained unchanged.
The music video that was initially released contained pictures of newspaper headlines that referred to the atomic bombs that fell on Japan during WWII, as well as an image of a towe, up in smokes, while a Red Velvet member played with a toy airplane, supposedly referring to the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
The two scenes caused much talk to arise amongst fans due to the sensitivity of both historical events. SM Entertainment ultimately decided to re-release the music video, taking out the two controversial scenes.
Meanwhile, Red Velvet will officially release its song Happiness on August 4 at noon KST.
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