Smoothe & Sweet.
The styling is great, classy and not over the top. The choreography is pretty basic, but it's worked into the track and the video very well, subtly influencing the impactfulness of certain slides in the melody and visuals flashing across the screen. The split-screens are very nicely done, showing both distance and nearness in the same shot, and calling on the notion of 'feeling alone in crowded room', as well as impotence, jealously, and mutual circumstance. There's also the idea that this keeps happening to him and that it's unendingly frustrating, as displayed in about 5 seconds in single scene of split screens instead of in 20 seconds over multiple repetitions. Very well done.
In all I like the song and the MV's really sweet, in addition to being well-made.