We just can't stop the K-Pop. I feel like I short-change y'all last week because, well, Darling Buds Day, so I'm making up now.
MAMAMOO have been released really good music since 2014 - music that is both poppy and critically acclaimed. All four members have strong solo careers outside the group.. which, in K-Pop, isn't all that uncommon - but the level of success they've all had as solo artists is nearly unprecedented - all four of them have extensive solo discographies that rival the success of the group as a whole.
Still, the group stays together and makes excellent music. This single, from late 2020, is an example of that. Not only is it entertaining - it DIRECTLY addresses the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it had (and, as of this writing, still has) on social life.
As is not uncommon in K-Pop, a Japanese version of the song was released in early 2021. I'd like to point out that this isn't just a redubbing - there are a lot of portions of this video that were recorded to reflect Japanese lipsync.