Music Video Part I
U-KISS’s debut video was released in August 2008 to support their first single, “Not Young”. The video reveals a boy group who is interested in sports and hanging out in the hopes of talking to young ladies. Their second video, “I Like You,” continues this image as the group performs choreography at a local club, hoping to gain attention with their dance skills. In 2009, the group released videos in support of their first mini-album. Their breakout video, “Am I That Easy (Man Man Ha Ni), places the group in a familiar studio environment - members are dressed more formally to show a more mature image. In “Round and Round,” the group participates in dizzying choreography and shows off flamboyant eye and body makeup. In 2010, U-KISS returns with their videos for “Shut Up!!”, upping the sexual attraction factor with lots of topless shots. This video also begins the group’s trend of releasing more than one version of a video (“Shut Up!!” has a “full” and “clean” version). U-KISS also offers their fans natural images of the group as shown in the video for “Always.” U-KISS released videos for “0330,” and “Neverland in 2012, offering regular and Drama versions of the former song, and regular and Dance Only versions for the latter song. To support their Japanese debut, the group released a video for their debut Japanese single, “Tick Tack” in 2012.