Fin.K.L’s debut video, Blue Rain, showcases the singing talents of each member and uses a mixture of studio environment and location shots to highlight the group’s choreographed performance, which is reminiscent of early American male R&B groups. Their second single, To My Boyfriend, reflects the upbeat tempos, subject matter, and video styles of the day: childhood imagery, subversive takes on school uniforms, and lots of aegyo (childlike mannerisms). Ruby, Fin.K.L’s third video, shows a moderate and mature side of the group, who perform the song simply in various and familiar environments to watchers of classic K-dramas like Winter Sonata. Fin.K.L only released two videos from their second album: Forever Love and Pride. In these videos we see a bit more storytelling, with the latter video showing hilarious results. The group remains focused on upbeat songs, shying away from the slower ballad style they started with. Now reflects a distinct mature, sexy, and progressive look and video style for the group. The group only released one video in 2001, You Wouldn’t Know, which depicted the sad fates of four women. After four years, the women returned with their reunion eponymous video, Fine Killing Liberty, showcasing their confident, sophisticated charms.