|Cleo Fagela |||May 05, 2015 12:04 PM EDT|
EXO member Oh Sehun was revealed to be the male lead in label mate BoA's music video for her upcoming song 'Who Are You'.
Recently, it was revealed that South Korean female solo artist BoA will be releasing her eighth studio album in celebration of her 15th year anniversary in the music industry. SM Entertainment, her managing company, confirmed the news on April 30 and also revealed that the singer took part in composing the lyrics as well as producing the songs that will be featured in the new album.
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SM Entertainment revealed yet another surprise by announcing that EXO's Sehun will be playing the lead male in the music video for BoA's title track 'Who Are You', was written by the BoA herself, and will feature Korean recording artist Gaeko as well.
Local media reports say that the plot of the music video will revolve around a man and woman who are on a blind date.
In addition, BoA seemed to have dropped a hint about how the video would turn out after she posted a photo with the words 'Who Are You' on it on her Instagram account. She captioned it, "In the music video, I did not meet Sehun."
'Who Are You' is slated for release on May 12.
In related news, Sehun reportedly began randomly commenting on his fans' photos on Instagram and allegedly spammed BoA's latest Instagram post with comments. This incident led to speculations that his account has been hacked while other fans, who got annoyed, began to leave negative comments on his wall.
The 21-year old idol then posted a message on his bio on said social networking platform which says, "I just wanted to communicate with the fans, but it just unintentionally brought harm."
He posted another message on his bio and explained that he was merely clicking random accounts of his followers to write random comments for fun. He wrote, "Please don't misunderstand. I will not do it again next time."
Sehun later deleted his bio.
On the other hand, many of his fans came to his defense and left encouraging comments on his photos, telling him to ignore the bashers and that he is free to interact with his fans if he wishes to.
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