Fri. Jul 12th, 2024

WATCH: Nam Tae Hyun Celebrates Life As An “Outcast” In South Club MV

Former Winner member Nam Tae Hyun‘s band South Club tell the story of this generation’s youth in their second EP 20.

The album, which was released on May 30th at 6 PM KST, includes title track “Outcast,” which contains lyrics that strongly reflect Nam Tae Hyun’s own experiences feeling like a misfit and overcoming related obstacles. The song refers to the conflicting feelings of life in your twenties – a time when you’re expected to act more mature and adult-like despite the fact you’re very much still growing into yourself.

South Club debuted the song on “Show Champion” on the day of its release, and will be holding a special showcase for the 20 EP on June 2nd.

Check out the full video for “Outcast” below!

Dani (danidee) is a writer for WTK from Southern California, who currently lives in Seoul’s Hongdae district. She is a huge fan of graphic novels, Asian films, and Korean hip-hop. Most of the week, she can be found practicing her Korean, marathoning “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” or trying to sample tiramisu from as many cute cafes as possible.

Media: South Buyers Club

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