(G)I-DLE Unveils New Video: I Do - A Love Story In Bangkok

Featuring Thai talents Tontawan Tantivejakul And Jirawat Sutivanisak

Credit: Cho Gi-Seok 88Rising

Following the phenomenal launch of their debut English language single “I DO”, chart-topping girl group (G)I-DLE has unveiled a poignant video love story starring adored Thai talents ‘Tu’ Tontawan Tantivejakul and ‘Dew’ Jirawat Sutivanisak, reuniting the co-stars of hit drama series Boys Over Flowers on-screen once more.

The video love story adds an enchanting dimension to “I DO”, which serves as a captivating first taste of HEAT, (G)I-DLE’s inaugural EP entirely in English. Co-executive produced by 88rising through a new partnership with Cube Entertainment, the heartfelt single highlights emotional vocal prowess of Soyeon, Minnie, Miyeon, Yuqi and Shuhua. The official music video features a beautiful love story portrayed by the members and actor Lee Chaewon, enhancing the depth of the song’s narrative.

About (G)I-DLE

(G)I-DLE (여자) 아이들, is one of the reigning K-Pop girl groups today, with over 1.4 billion streams. Since debuting in 2018, (G)I-DLE have set themselves apart by co-producing their own music and creative directing their campaigns. Their biggest hits -  including debut single "LATATA” and the US Top 40-charting "NXDE”, are penned and produced by leader So-yeon, alongside members Minnie, Yuqi, Miyeon, and Shuhua.  (G)I-DLE just released their first all-English single via 88rising, "I DO”, ahead of their HEAT EP this Fall. They will embark on a global tour this Summer including stops in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Paris, London, Berlin and Japan. 

About 88rising

88rising is a pioneering global music and media company representing the best of Asian talent. Since its inception, 88rising has paved the way for many music industry firsts: the first to have an Asian artist top the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts, Spotify’s Weekly Global Albums chart and enter the top 10 on Mediabase’s Top 40 chart, the first to launch an all-Asian radio channel in North America, and the first and only record label to have a main stage slot at Coachella. 88rising is also most notably the first company to launch an Asian-centric music festival in the United States, Head in the Clouds Music & Arts Festival, in partnership with powerhouse promoter Goldenvoice. The 5th annual flagship festival sold-out before a lineup was even announced and expanded globally to Jakarta and Manila in December 2022. In 2021, 88rising executive produced and curated the soundtrack to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - Marvel Studios’ first Asian-American superhero. 88rising continues its film endeavors with Jamojaya,  which stars multi-hyphenate Rich Brian and is executive produced by 88rising founder & CEO Sean Miyashiro. The film will premiere at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. Previously, in 2019, 88rising was awarded Label of the Year by NetEase, one of the largest music streaming platforms in China. With over 160 million followers across global social media platforms and over 40 billion total streams and views, 88rising’s global influence is undeniable.

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