No one is doing it like Taeyeon! Her latest single is a dreamy, disco-infused romp that will make you want to dance and teach you about the importance of self-care all at the same time.
The song's message is a joyful reminder that we all need to take time to prioritize our mental and physical health in between our hectic schedules. In the track's lyrics, Taeyeon describes her version of a perfect self-care day, which involves waking up late on the weekend, eating cheesecake, going for a walk, observing flowers, and generally doing whatever her heart desires. "When the weekend comes, I can do whatever I want," she sings.
It's also the day that she makes a point to "ignore the world's stories" and not allow herself to worry about her current troubles. Instead, she'll do the things she loves most without worrying about work or any other obligations life throws her way. "I don't want to hesitate doing what I like anymore," she adds. "It's OK to do it when the weekend comes." So make sure to take a little inspiration from Taeyeon this weekend and do something you enjoy too!
This week also saw the release of SF9's "Tear Drop," BXK's "Excuse Me," Day6 (Even of Day)'s "Right Through Me," Super Junior Kyuhyun's "Together," Kevin of the Boyz' "Rubber Boots," (G)I-dle Soyeon's "Beam Beam," Onewe's "Aurora," and BTS's "Permission to Dance," so be sure to check those out as well! 🎶