Nine Muses’ “Drama” Concept To Feature Plenty Of Pastel-Colored Wigs

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In a move which could at least differentiate them from the onslaught of sexy concepts which have overtaken K-Pop, Nine Muses look to be going in a different direction with their upcoming release “Drama.”

Ironically, there may be no group which is more suited for a sexy concept but the released teaser images for “Drama” seem to hint that Nine Muses will be going with a “softer” angle judging by the Easter-approved color scheme of the members’ wigs.*

Nine Muses had a terrific 2013 with the majestically sexy releases of “Dolls,” “Wild,” “Gun” and “Glue” before going quiet for the entirety of 2014 so a fresh concept is probably in order (even if the old adage of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” could definitely apply here).

The group has released solo teaser shots for Hyuna, Kyungri, Sungah and Minha so far.

*Of course, given that these are teaser images, there’s a good chance that these things are all devious lies.

All the wigs.

All the wigs.

Hyuna rocks it well.

Hyuna rocks it well.

Not sold on Sungah's.

Not sold on Sungah’s

Or Minha's though.

Or Minha’s though.

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6 comments

  1. At least they’re finally getting some publicity.

    As for:

    “Ironically, there may be no group which is more suited for a sexy concept but the released teaser images for “Drama” seem to hint that Nine Muses will be going with a “softer” angle judging by the Easter-approved color scheme of the members’ wigs.*”

    I sure hope you’re wrong slug. If a “softer” angle actually happens, I will be convinced that their company executives should be mucking out the horse barn, instead of managing thoroughbreds.

    1. Well there has been plenty of material on Korean TV it seems regarding the management of their company really being pretty bad and treats their workers pretty shabbily even by Korean entertainment company standards.

      1. Yeah, I heard they even made a documentary about it 😉
        Oh, I see that someone posted the unabridged version of the documentary on YouTube. Watch it before it’s gone. This is the full length (1hr:22m) film version which I suspect was screen during the IDFA, and not the shorter version that was shown on BBC.

      2. So it must have been you that brought that to my attention. I know someone had mentioned it before, but I couldn’t remember who or where. I just remember that the girls were apparently being treated quite badly and were not being too shy about it with the film crew, which was a bit of surprise as you don’t usually hear idols bitch about their bosses lest they find themselves in a position like Nicole after she sued her old label and from there on hardly got a bit of solo work even after she withdrew the suit.

    2. Star Empire isn’t exactly known for being a well-run place.

  2. black soshi · · Reply

    I’m liking this immensely.

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