Crayon Pop Member Soyul’s “Y-Shirt” Video Re-Uploaded After Editing

2015-01-14 08:07:34 2015-01-14 08:10:19

The music video for Crayon Pop member Soyul’s new solo single “Y-Shirt” has been re-uploaded to Youtube after undergoing some slight editing.

Viewers of the new video, uploaded on January 13, found one slight difference between the two versions. The change comes at the 3:08 mark of the video, when a newspaper article comes on screen detailing the success of Soyul’s “y-shirt” design. In the original video, the text of the article actually contained a short summary of the Japanese empire and World War II. The edited version instead displays a history of Crayon Pop. The Japanese empire’s 35-year colonial rule over Korea in the early 20th century remains a very sensitive issue for many Koreans, and is likely to have been a factor in the change.

The original newspaper text mentions the Japanese empire and World War II

The original newspaper text mentions the Japanese empire and World War II

The edited version talks about the history of Crayon Pop

The edited version talks about the history of Crayon Pop

“Y-Shirt” is sung in Crayon Pop’s typical cute and bubbly style, and the video features Soyul as a tailor with an affinity for men in dress shirts.

You can watch the re-uploaded version of the song’s MV below.