Though the title of the video é£žè›¾æ‰‘ç« (Fei E Pu Huo) seems to mean literally The Moth that Flies into the Fire… or Fatal Attraction (wow, that’s such a cool metaphor).
This is what happens when a Chinese singer gets thrown into the K-Pop scene, and then goes back to the C-Pop scene after much legal fanfare. This songsÂ soundsÂ pretty much K-pop, and looks pretty much that way… except it’s not.
I’m not gonna say I like it. First of all, I’m not a Super Junior fan — even if I did get stuck with Sorry Sorry… and okay, Supergirl because of that god damn Ni shi wo de Baby girl which is more catchy than You’re my baby girl. LOL However, it’s not like I was a huge C-Pop fan either… so I say, YEAH. Commercial C-Pop needs a spark that the commercial K-Pop scene seems to have grasped.