Ryan Higa and Wong Fu Productions debut into the K-pop world with BgA (Boys generally Asian)

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A collaboration between top Asian-American YouTubers have caused uproar with their debut song “Dong Saya Dae” (literally: I Need To Sh*t) surpassing 2 million views in just over 1 day.

Directed by Wong Fu Productions and pitched by Ryan Higa, the 5 member K-pop group, BgA (Boys generally Asian) was formed. The group is made of “five guys who can’t sing, dance or really speak Korean and try to start a K-Pop band” consisting of Ryan Higa (R.O.P), Philip Wang (P-Dragon), David Choi (Daeyang), Jun Sung Ahn (Jeungri) and Justin Chon (J-Lite).

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Despite being a parody, the music video is produced with such high quality, that is can be easily mistaken as an actual K-Pop debut with the use of great angles and many outfit changes. Many have also found hints of Big Bang, BTS and Girl’s Generation incorporated into BgA’s debut.

Prior to the music video drop, teaser images, a countdown, and their logo was released on their social media platforms alongside their MV teasers bringing the hype up in their fandom.

After hitting the 2 million mark, a dance version of the song as well as the behind the scenes has been released.

Are you ready to join the BgA army? Who is your bias?

Music Video:

Dance Version:

Behind the Scenes: