Music Video Part II
U-KISS continued their Japanese promotions during 2012, releasing videos for the songs “Forbidden Love,” and “A Shared Dream.” “Forbidden Love” makes the most of the colors black, red, and white, while “A Shared Dream” takes a cue from the art of M.C. Escher with lots of staircases to nowhere. The group briefly returned to Korea in Spring 2012 with the release of their singles “DoraDora,” and “Believe”. “DoraDora” is a fun video featuring disorienting angles and situations, while “”Believe” is a return to a choreography-focused treatment. U-KISS takes a break from the traditional video in “Dear My Friend,” offering behind the scenes footage in lieu of formal choreography and song performance. In 2012, U-KISS continued their Korean promotions with their single, “Stop Girl,” giving a black-and-white and color-treatment to the video, which is the first one that includes backup dancers. In late 2012, the group released a video for their Japanese single, “Distance...” The video features the group in a romantic image, complete with pianos, chandelier lighting, unlit candles, and a mystery muse to sing to.