Crayon Pop Collaborates with Chinese Group DT Boys for ‘123 Happy New Year’ MV
D-Bo , Jan. 31, 2015, 10:54 a.m.
K pop girl group Crayon Pop has teamed up with Chinese group DT Boys to release the music video for ‘123 Happy New Year’. After receiving a love call from Chinese agency Dian Tong Entertainment, Crayon Pop welcomed the new year with the DT Boys through the MV. The girls brought their girly and quirky charms to liven up the set with the charming members of DT boys for this upbeat song.
Crayon Pop is a five-member South Korean girl group formed in 2012 under Chrome Entertainment. The group consists of Geummi, Ellin, Choa, Way and Soyul. Crayon Pop officially debuted on 19 July 2012 with their performance of "Saturday Night" on Mnet's M! Countdown. Their first EP, Crayon Pop 1st Mini Album, was released on 18 July. This album was not a commercial success, and when "Dancing Queen" was released in October, Crayon Pop had few opportunities to promote on music shows. Instead, they promoted themselves through a web series, Crayon Pop TV, and through guerrilla performances on the streets of Seoul. This helped increase their fanbase, including their male fans called "Pop-jeossi".