T-ara has announced that they will be postponing the release of their music video teaser for “Lovey Dovey” by one more day in order to ensure a more thorough quality check.
“Lovey Dovey” was originally scheduled to be released on the afternoon of November 30, but producers of the music video wanted an extra day to guarantee that the editing will be of top notch quality. As such, the teaser has been delayed for release on December 1 at 12 PM KST.
Core Contents Media said, “We’ve decided to delay the release by a day because the teaser video didn’t meet our satisfactions. We’re going back into the editing stage until we find something we’re content with.”
This isn’t the first time T-ara has delayed their releases. In July, T-ara delayed the release of the second part to their “Roly Poly” music video, in addition to several time changes for the release of “Cry Cry.”
For those that haven’t been keeping up, “Lovey Dovey” was co-produced by Shinsadong Tiger and Choi Kyu Sung and features an electronic sound that’s popular with Western club music. “We want to make ‘Lovey Dovey’ into a nationwide hit, much like ‘Roly Poly’ was. We recently made a completely different transformation from our mature image to create something different in feel,” the members of T-ara revealed.
The full music video for “Lovey Dovey” will be released on December 24. Meanwhile, the members are promoting their second Japanese single album, “Yayaya,” in addition to their Korean activites.