Wonho’s third EP Blue Letter was announced with much pomp as he deleted all of his Instagram posts before. He revealed a new side of himself for this comeback. Now he has become successful with his sporty music video for Blue.
The first two EPs were about heartbreak and past love. Wonho had created this storyline-heavy music video. He portrays the role of the popular high-school jock and fans loved it. The singer has touched upon all kinds of song genres and music video concepts. However, this is the first time that he included the tropes of a high-school rom-com for the Blue music video.
His fans have noticed that he has been weaving the colour blue into his music video. And this has been constant since his debut EP, Love Synonym #1 to the title track Blue. His comeback photos had a blue-themed concept.
Blue Letter is an album that is relatable as Wonho shared a hopeful message for people who are struggling in the global pandemic. The singer compared the isolation that people experienced during the lockdown with the blue waves. The Love Synonym EPs were already emotional but sensual. Wonho made a different turn with his comeback as the title track is meant to have an impact.
The song, Blue is upbeat and full of heavy bass and drums as Wonho weaves a story of him. He plays a popular high school kid in the video and sings about having fun and dancing with a loved one. Previously his albums were painful but Blue is about youthful love and shining together.
In a VLive, Wonho mentioned that he had worked hard on Blue. He revealed that he started working on No Text No Call first but ended up finishing it last. Blue Letter is also the singer’s first album where he worked in production. He wanted to tell his story frankly and he shared a bit of trivia that 24/7 was meant to be a Christmas song.
His fans, Wenees, loved Blue as they made the trend, #Wonho_BlueLetter. They appreciated the artist and the music video.