Inigo’s “Options” Music Video Shot In South Korea

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The production was led by South Korean commercial director, Dawittgold, who has previously worked on music videos for K-pop groups such as EXO, FTIsland and NCT.

“It’s the first time that we did this, and I’m claiming it to be successful. I’m thankful for the experience and the people that I met,” shared Inigo who continues to make a name in the international music scene as ABS-CBN seeks to bring outstanding Filipino artists like him to the world stage.

The shoot took two days, with eight different sets in two locations, one of which is a studio solely built for shooting Korean music videos and TV series.

Inigo’s styling for the music video was handpicked and crafted by Young-jin Kim, who has styled Daniel Kang, NCT, Nam Joo Hyuk, and Jason DeRulo. Young-jin chose Yves Saint Laurent and Versace pieces for the Tarsier Records artist.

For a local touch, Inigo takes to the set an original choreography by celebrity dance mentor power couple, Matt Padilla and AC Lalata, who were formerly part of the hip-hop group, Philippine All Stars.

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