Cute and catchy, and Pretty Cool.
It does get at some interesting issues, the whole perfect-body cult worship idea for one. The only thing I really took issue with was that, even though it's playing with the stereotype of women being demanding and needy and holding ridiculously high standards, it not playing with them to the point of overturning them. The cult-worhsip idea does get a little kicked off, but the rest of it is presented as much more acceptable. That bothered me a little bit, but not too much as there are far worse ways to represent a stereotype than as a quirky thing to poke fun at (and there are worse stereotypes frequently employed by Kpop production teams).
The track itself is catchy and cute. It's straightforward and simple without being obnoxiously repetitive. There's no depth to the lyrics at all really and there's no evolution to them either, but the track is well balanced and the instrumental elements evolve over the course of the piece to keep things interesting. It's not one for the record books, but it's certainly fun to listen to; not at all a disappointing comeback.