January 3, 2018 at 3:57 pm EDT | by Mariah Cooper
K-Pop group Loona praised for same-sex love song ‘Heart Attack’

(Screenshot via YouTube.)

K-Pop girl group Loona is being praised by fans for their same-sex love song “Heart Attack,” which features a romantic relationship between two women in its music video.

In the video, which has received more than half a million views on YouTube, member Chuu appears to have a crush on her bandmate Yves. Chuu spies on Yves with a camera but soon the two women are seen feeding each other strawberries and dancing together.

“The titled track ‘Heart Attack’ does not interpret the feelings of being in love in a serious way, but with Chuu’s own adorable emoticon-like ways,” the YouTube video description reads.

Fans were both shocked and excited to see a South Korean pop group include LGBT content which is rarely seen in the industry.

Watch below.

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