The song is also the title track to the Korean pop group's sophomore album, which was released earlier this year. In the video, Yubin, Sohee, Sun, Yenny and Lim tap into the 70s and channel the vibe of the hit series Charlie's Angels. The girls end up at a throwback dance party before the actual video music video begins at around 1:20.
Although the Wonder Girls got their inspiration from a very American show, the video was actually shot in South Korea. Another fun fact: '2 Different Tears' was recorded in three different languages -- Chinese, Korean and English -- and three music videos exist for each version.
Isn't it awesome for a pop group to be so multi-cultural? Watch the video for '2 Different Tears' after the jump and check out our sweet photo gallery of the girls, too. The Wonder Girls' new album is available in stores and on iTunes now.
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