K-pop Group, Brown Eyed Girls, Channels Tarantino On Badass New Single, "Kill Bill"

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At this stage all K-pop fans know to expect the unexpected from Brown Eyed Girls, but no matter how much you brace yourself, it's still impossible to predict BEG's next move. For their latest single, "Kill Bill," the foursome's channeled the Tarantino films of the same name to create a dance-pop ode to revenge with a spaghetti western twist.

"Compared to the humiliation you gave me, this doesn't even come half as close," they sing. "So stop crying like a child / Do you think this is the end? / Don’t be so sure."

The group delivers the same vengeful sentiment in the accompanying seven-and-a-half minute music video, but instead of going after a bad boyfriend, they fight each other. From The Bride to Elle Driver, Brown Eyed Girls recreate roles from the film and then go to war trying to kill one another with swords, spiders, shotguns, and jack knives. Despite all the bloody carnage, the video ends on a comical note, matching the fun but sassy vibe of the song.

Hopefully Tarantino himself gets a chance to see this clip, because we think he'd totally dig it.