K-Pop girl group Loona is being praised by fans for their same-sex love song “Heart Attack,” which features a romantic relationship between two women in its music video.
In the video, which has received more than half a million views on YouTube, member Chuu appears to have a crush on her bandmate Yves. Chuu spies on Yves with a camera but soon the two women are seen feeding each other strawberries and dancing together.
“The titled track ‘Heart Attack’ does not interpret the feelings of being in love in a serious way, but with Chuu’s own adorable emoticon-like ways,” the YouTube video description reads.
Fans were both shocked and excited to see a South Korean pop group include LGBT content which is rarely seen in the industry.
the kpop industry is kinda known for completely shutting down and shying away from anything lgbt,, but then loona comes around and makes a whole ass music video about the newest member falling in love with another female member. i love unique and accepting legends
— 🍒 (@namchuun) December 29, 2017
new LOONA solo is the lgbt+ bop we all deserve for 2018
— official mothman (@charles_bukake) December 29, 2017
LOONA actually stands for Lesbian Overlords of Our New Age
— ethan / pinned ! (@uItjincha) December 30, 2017