Get Lost with HUNJIYA in Her Latest Single ‘tourguide’

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Let HUNJIYA be your musical tour guide with her new single, blending easy listening with playful lyrics.

HUNJIYA, the rising indie artist, has returned with her latest single, ‘tourguide,’ which was released on May 27th. This much-anticipated track offers a refreshing blend of easy-listening melodies and playful lyrics that resonate with listeners.

In ‘tourguide,’ HUNJIYA invites listeners to join her on a journey through a new and exciting place. The lyrics paint a vivid picture of exploration and adventure, capturing the essence of discovering unfamiliar surroundings. Lines like “Only came for a good time, not a long time” and “Finding a tour guide to help you navigate this new and shiny place” encapsulates the thrill of embracing new experiences while acknowledging the transient nature of travel.

The music video for ‘tourguide’ further enhances the song’s whimsical charm, with credits to co-directors Bouquet and Min Soo Park, producer Alice Kim, cinematographer Min Soo Park, and others who brought the visual narrative to life. Featuring vibrant visuals and playful imagery, the music video perfectly complements the lighthearted tone of the song.

Leading up to the release, HUNJIYA took to social media to share snippets of her experiences filming the music video, revealing encounters with tourists mistaking her for a tour guide. As she navigated through the bustling streets of Seoul, tourists approached her for directions while other guides attempted to shoo her away.

With ‘tourguide,’ HUNJIYA continues to showcase her talent for crafting infectious melodies and relatable storytelling. The song’s easy-listening vibe and catchy hooks make it a perfect addition to any summer playlist, offering a musical escape for listeners to enjoy.

As fans eagerly embrace ‘tour guide,’ they can look forward to more captivating releases from HUNJIYA in the future as she continues to captivate audiences with her unique sound and undeniable talent.

Image and Video Credits: HUNJIYA