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T-ara Become 70s Disco Chicks for "Do You Know Me?" Videos

December 4, 2013 at 12:30 pm EDT

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Groovy baby! T-ara have time-warped back to the 70s for their new single, "Do You Know Me?".

The group released two back-to-back videos for the disco-themed track, which also includes a ballad version called "1977 Do You Know Me?".

The video for "Do You Know Me" has a distinctively 70s feel Credit: Core Contents Media

The video for "Do You Know Me" has a distinctively 70s feel
Credit: Core Contents Media

Member Jiyeon takes the majority of the scenes in the seven-minute mini movie Credit: Core Contents Media

Member Jiyeon takes the majority of the scenes in the seven-minute mini movie
Credit: Core Contents Media

In the feature-length seven-minute clip, the pretty idols looked like porcelain dolls in brightly colored sweaters and retro ensembles for the slow version. Each members stand around a beautifully-lit city street set, pouring their hearts.

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The video then takes an upbeat turn, with the girls changing into skimpy leather shorts and Twiggy-inspired outfits as member Jiyeon, 20, dances with the object of her affection, played by Reply 1994 actor Son Ho Joon.

Cute: HyoMin rocks flawless makeup and cotton candy-colored hair Credit: Core Contents Media

Cute: HyoMin rocks flawless makeup and cotton candy-colored hair
Credit: Core Contents Media

The ballad section of the video is filmed entirely on the street set Credit: Core Contents Media

The ballad section of the video is filmed entirely on the street set
Credit: Core Contents Media

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"Do You Know Me?" -- which follows on from their October singles "Number 9" and "I Know the Feeling" -- is the work of producers Shinsadong Tiger and Polar Bear and features a sample of the 1977 Korean classic"What Should I Do?" by the Sand Pebbles.

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