'So Right': Shaun and Yuna drop ‘spicy’ music video celebrating young love

Shaun and Yuna release a cinematic music video for 'So Right' as they sing about a fierce love


                            'So Right': Shaun and Yuna drop ‘spicy’ music video celebrating young love
Shaun and Yuna release a music video starring Asian-American actors Leilani Sioson and Jason Won Lee (Warner Music Korea/YouTube)
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K-R&B artist Shaun of ‘Way Back Home’ fame is back again with yet another iconic hit ‘So Right’, featuring none other than Malaysian-American singer Yuna. Described as soulful and electrifying, the duo collaborated on the fun pop song with R&B elements. ‘So Right’ is full of emotions with a deceptively upbeat melody. The two artists have decided to gift fans with a 'short film' music video for it about a young couple.

Following the positive reception of ‘So Right’ on February 24, Unbound Entertainment Group shared on March 2 that a music video was in the works. Due to the pandemic restrictions, they shared that since the two artists couldn’t get together, they would be going out of the box with a different concept as they bring the story of the song to life. With Shaun and Yuna hoping to show a sultry and sensual side of them with ‘So Right’, expectations for the music video were high.

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Leilani Sioson and Jason Won Lee in the music video for 'So Right' (Warner Music Korea/YouTube)

‘So Right’ gets a music video

Shaun and Yuna released the music video for ‘So Right’ on March 10. The cinematic music video takes the concept of a short narrative film with actors immersed in the roles of the couple and their love story that ‘So Right’ narrates. It features known models, Leilani Sioson, an Asian-American actress, and Korean-American actor Jason Won Lee, playing the protagonists chronicling the ups and downs of a relationship.

With Shaun and Yuna both participating in the making of the track, they portray a journey of intense emotions as they urge listeners to close their eyes and trust in love. Similarly, in the music video of ‘So Right’, we see Sioson and Lee reminisce about their relationship as they are on the verge of breaking up before they patch up and make everything right, highlighting the passion that Shaun wanted to infuse in 'So Right'. Shot in sunny Los Angeles, the music video emphasizes the feel-good song and its catchy melody with visuals of urban city life. 

Watch the cinematic music video of ‘So Right’ below.

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‘So good and so right’

Fans loved the music video as they made tweets like, “OMG never thought we gonna get the MV.” Another fan was pleasantly surprised, “It turns out that there is an mv, I thought it was only audio.” One fan posted, “This has been on REPEAT! So goooood and SO RIGHT!” With Lee and Sioson amping up the intimacy and flaunting their chemistry in the video, one fan joked, “This mv is a bit spicy lol.” Another commented, “Thanks for reminding me how alone I am I guess.” One fan added, “Ah.. they tore it.. No it was crazy it’s so good..!!!”

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(Warner Music Korea/YouTube)

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