1st left : the female protagonist with the members around her
1st right : it looks like a club with the female protagonist
2nd left : female protagonist is throwing up
2nd right : the female protagonist is being scolded by her boss
3rd left : work colleagues side eyeing the female protagonist
3rd right : the female protagonist is eating with her family
The female protagonist is at school. At that time, she was clubbing outside
first left: You realize as you watch the MV that it's the female protagonist when she was young. The members are all using water hoses. They're squirting water everywhere except on the female protagonist's face
1st right : The members are using the water hoses in the club. There's a man standing next to the female protagonist.
2nd left: They entered the female protagonist's office. They're squirting water in the company.
2nd right : The female protagonist has a husband and a kid. the members are squirting water in their direction.
The members squirting water all over the place at her school. At that time, she was frequenting the club
There's a fire in the playground, when the female protagonist was young
When she attended school, there was a fire in her science lab class
In the same scene of the club, they were exchanging money. It's not explicit but it can be interpreted as prostitution
That's the office place. That was the same colleague who was glaring at her. We don't really know what happen but she's corrupting the female protagonist's files.
this is the eating scene, behind her child, there's a fire
This scene became quite controversial. But this scene only happened in a split of second from 2:21 to 2:22
At the end, you could see that while the grandma isn't taking care of her, the members were
※The controversial part only happened in a split of second. That scene happened so fast that there's no way you can remember it by just watching the video once. Since the song is called "Fire truck" there's no way that water can be neglected in the MV.
※The MV is about how ever since she's young, the female protagonist was living with fire in her life, the meaning behind it is that they're trying to erase all the bad stuff that happened in her past.
※There are a lot of people accusing the MV of being lolita concept, I'm not saying that I'm right either, but this is my opinion. I just think that it fits the concept of "fire truck" and that the controversial scene happened way too fast to make a big deal out of it.
※I don't care whether you read this post or not, but if you don't want to read it, just don't read it
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