Fantastical and Fabulous!
The set aesthetics are gorgeous, very elegant and fantastical. All the delightful throws to fairy tale lore fit neatly in place within the gorgeous setting, and the camera's movements are all fabulously engaging. I particularly adore the slide of Junsu's entrance at :53. I think some of the styling is a little wonky, but these guys manage to pull it off for the most part (Nichkhun's flesh-colored shirt is pretty iffy). I'm not a huge fan of the choreography over all, but it's big and expressive and quite engaging. The track on it's own it fantastic, absolutely delightful. The beat is relaxed and overtly casual, but there's a powerful zing of energy to it, like a fantastic beast biding its time before a sudden pounce. The intro is a slow vamp of energy, the repetitions serving to ramp up the intensity of the rhythmic elements, in a slow, methodical crank of energy, especially considering that the second go of each grouping has more syllables that the last ( 그래 becomes 안그래 and such). The chorus swings into place with a smoothe slide of panache. Over all it's well spatialized, delightfully mixed, all the voices and instrumental bits ring though in perfectly timed moments of cool intensity tinged with the heat of seduction and the chill of resistance and artfulness.
I Give it a 9/10: Blissful!
I honestly don't really like the choreography, but that's not to say I don't enjoy the dance practice video. I deeply enjoy the dance practice video. There's a couple moves I do enjoy and I really like how Junsu's pants show off the intricacies of the footwork. Honestly, a lot about this release seems to make it an instance of The Jun.K Show but I really can't say that bothers me. The practice video shows off their choreographic skill while still allowing their famous goofiness to shine through. As a pair, the MV and the rehearsal make this release one I could not take my eyes off of and the live stages were equally entrancing.