DBSK has revealed their music videos for “I Know” and “Catch Me” from their upcoming Japanese single “Catch Me -If You Wanna-.” The single will be officially be released next month on January 16.
“I Know” is an ballad track that shows off the duo’s vocal abilities. As the song goes on, the room slowly gets destroyed, mirroring the song’s emotional feelings.
For “Catch Me,” they revealed a short version music video. While the music video appears to be identical to the Korean version, there are actually some minor differences. Many of the solo scenes are from slightly different angles, possibly re-shot due to lip-syncing differences in lyrics.
The duo had previously promoted the original Korean version of “Catch me” in September of this year and was the title track to their album. Currently, DBSK is promoting their latest Korean track “Humanoids.”