As if they hadn’t won over the K-pop scene already, Korean girl group TWICE wants everyone to Like them on their latest single.
“Likey,” the lead song off their newly released Twicetagram album, was released on Monday (Oct. 30), marking the act’s third Korean single of the year. Vibrant in its future pop nature, the track is inspired by social media, as the nine women of TWICE sing about getting the perfect look to attract the “like” of their crush.
Kicking off with the stereotypically TWICE catchy, repeated title hook of “me likey, me likey” (courtesy of Sana), the single delivers an ebullient take on the anxiety spurred by turning crushes and social-media fantasy into reality. “Like is such a common word, not enough to express my feelings / But I like it, even if I can't, even if I run late, like it anyway,” sings TWICE.