Brown Eyed Girls are set to steam up the holiday season this December when they take the stage for their adults only concert, Tonight 37.2°C. The sexy spectacle, which is named after the average temperature that the body reaches during lovemaking, has already been slapped with a 19+ restriction, and is guaranteed further solidify BEG’s position as Asia’s sexiest girl group, in addition to their title as the greatest girl group of all-time.
The foursome have already started preparing fans for the raunchy show with some saucy concert teasers, and in the latest one, Kween Narsha –aka the most electrifying woman in Korean entertainment– has decided to revisit one of the most underrated songs in the group’s discography: “Moody Night”.
BEG have a lot of hidden gems, and “Moody Night” is one of the biggest. The naughty number –about drunkenly seducing a sexy stranger at a party and then banging him in a closet– was co-written by rapper Miryo, and appeared on the group’s breakthrough album, Sound-G. It should’ve been released and promoted as a single straight after “Abracadabra”, but the girls glossed over it and moved on to their repackage single, “Sign”. Luckily, they did manage to perform it once on an M! Countdown X-mas special, with the sensual rendition going down as one of my all-time favorite BEG performances.
The girls later recorded what I like to call the “spiritual successor” to “Moody Night,” “Lovemotion,” which appeared on their flaw-free Sixth Sense LP. Sadly, they’ve never performed that one, so fingers crossed that they’ll include it in the setlist for their upcoming concert — which we can only pray is professionally recorded and released on DVD.
God, can you imagine BEG performing “Moody Night” and then segueing into “Lovemotion”? I’m not sure if Korea is ready for that much sexiness, even at a 19+ concert. Kween Narsha’s mere presence alone is going to spike the country’s birth rate by 150% before one word is even sung.