Weki Meki has released an MV to show their support of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics!
On January 11th, Weki Meki dropped an MV for their cover of “Butterfly”. This song was originally showcased in the OST for the film “Take Off” in 2009. “Take Off” is a sports film surrounded around ski jumping and follows the Korean National Team as they go through the World Cup in hopes to participate in the 1988 Winter Olympics!
Weki Meki did a beautiful and fun interpretation of this well-known OST! Their talented voices shine through, as well as their silly personalities, as this studio set MV progresses! Through the MV, the girls of Weki Meki show their love and support to all the athletes that will be participating in the upcoming Olympics!
Have you gotten the chance to see the MV yet? If not, check it out here!
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