South Korean artist releases new MV promoting Vietnam's tourism

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(VOVWORLD) -Famous tourist attractions across Vietnam like the sand dunes in Ninh Thuan province, Sa Pa in Lao Cai province, and the Dragon Bridge in Da Nang city have been featured in the new music video by South Korean artist, Joseph Kwon.
South Korean artist releases new MV promoting Vietnam's tourism - ảnh 1South Korean artist, Joseph Kwon, has released a new MV -- Butterfly Flakes -- promoting Vietnamese tourism. (Photo courtesy of the artist)

Called Butterfly Flakes, the video is part of a series of programs celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of Vietnam-South Korea relations (1992-2022). Its release is supported by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism. 

In the video Kwon, whose Vietnamese name is Quyen, transforms into a prince getting lost in mysterious spaces surrounded by unspoiled beauty where he meets the Butterfly Fairy, acted by young Vietnamese singer Hyee Pham.

The two of them wander through many poetic and majestic parts of Vietnam, gradually weaving a love story.

Joseph Kwon is a singer who graduated with a master’s degree of Vocal Performance from the National Conservatorio of Firenze, Italy. He is known for many roles such as musician, singer, composer, music producer, conductor at SBS Choir Radio and conductor at the Korean Cultural Centre.

Prior to Butterfly Flakes, Kwon released another MV to promote Vietnamese tourism during the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Vietnam-South Korea relations, Waiting for You-500- Years, in August which has attracted more than 350,000 views on Youtube.