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WATCH: This Korean girl group are releasing cute queer music videos

WATCH: This Korean girl group are releasing cute queer music videos

South Korean girl group Loona has not yet officially debuted but we’re beyond excited.

The 12-member K-Pop group has been introducing one member at a time to the public, with each girl releasing her own single album.

The first album was released in October 2016.

It’s the last two members who have got our attention however.

We met Yves in November 2017.

Her track ‘new‘ is described as being a ‘self-discovery anthem of sorts.’

Yves pledges in the song that she will be true to all she is ‘all my life.’

The video itself is iconic.

Then, there’s the cute moment of Yves and previously announced member ViVi rollerskating while holding hands.

Adding in the forbidden fruit analogy makes us feel like there’s serious queer subtext going on.

The video description even explains Yves is questioning ‘Is it really a bad thing to disobey God?’

Heart Attack

We’re emotional again at Loona’s latest music video.

Heart Attack features newly announced member Chuu.

The video description for this track says it ‘does not interpret the feelings of being in love in a serious way, but with Chuu’s own adorable emoticon-like ways.’

The lyrics even read: ‘Surely you’re my destiny, It shines fully in my heart.’

Chuu’s love interest in question? A woman.

We’re excited to see what 2018 brings now!

Watch the music video below