Parody kpop group Boys Generally Asian (BgA) have finally reunited for their second single and music video titled “Who’s It Gonna Be.”
Boys Generally Asian consists of members Ryan Higa, David Choi, Philip Wang, Justin Chon, and Jun Sung Ahn. The parody group was formed by YouTuber Ryan Higa and was initially meant to be a one-time thing, but after their first single, “Dong Saya Dae,” did so well on the Korean charts, Ryan decided to bring BgA back together for another song and video.
In their second video, the guys are making some important decisions about the group, such as their fandom name, color, and who the leader of the group will be. Hence the song’s title, “Who’s It Gonna Be.” However, things take a turn as one of the members thinks about going solo. The video is hilarious and obviously a parody of the stages that a kpop group often goes through. Watch it for yourself below.
Watch BgA’s music video for “Who’s It Gonna Be” right here!
Ryan first teased the reunion last month on Instagram, posting exclusive behind-the-scenes pictures of the video. Of course, fans were more than excited to see the guys back together. This time around, Ryan also went the extra mile and dyed his hair silver.
Ryan also created an Instagram account for Boys Generally Asian, and in just one week, the account has reached over 30,000 followers. Follow BgA on Instagram by clicking here. You can also watch a behind-the-scenes video of BgA’s latest video on Ryan’s second channel, HigaTV.