AceShowbiz - After releasing his second Korean mini album "When We Part" on Monday, January 15, Wooyoung has unveiled a special music video for track "Don't Act". The red-colored visuals finds the 2PM member dancing in an apartment building while singing about an aftermath of a bad breakup.
"You are not in my empty life anymore, you are not here/ You and I are too different/ And the night drives me crazy/ I'll never say the word 'Again,' " Wooyoung rhymes over the reggae beat and tropical synth sound. "Don't act/ You're pretending to be cool again/ You look fine, no way/ Yes leave me, go away, go away."
"Don't Act" is written and composed by Wooyoung himself along with producer Super Changddai. Prior to the "Don't Act" music video release, the "Sexy Lady" singer unveiled the music video for lead track "Don't Cry" and second track "Party Shots" off the album. While "Don't Cry" finds him getting dumped by his girlfriend, "Party Shots" sees Wooyoung belting out the song while partying with his friends.
In related news, the 1989-born heartthrob recently revealed that it would take some time for 2PM to make a comeback as a group as they have military enlistment. "I think it'll take at least four to five years," he said in an interview with OSEN, before revealing that he planned to "enlist sometime in the second half this year."
"I've wanted to experience military service early. I'm curious about what makes a South Korean man," he continued. "I felt like I've been excluded and isn't completely a Korean man. I also feel young when I listened to stories by the people who have served."
When asked about his personal plans prior to his military enlistment, Wooyoung answered, "I would like to focus on promotions in Korea. I want to do variety shows and radios. I also want to do something fun with JYP juniors."