It starts off as a chill tropical vibe which is typical for K.A.R.D to do, but the emotion present was deeper than just a song. There was a sort of longing in their voices and in the way the song progressed. I love it when songs move from one thing to another. It shows movement and K.A.R.D did a great job with that in “You in Me”. The song is talking about struggles of loving someone who pushes away. In the song, it seems like BM and J.Seph are pushing away from Somin and Jiwoo, but the girls stay determined to remain with them. “Nothing can take your place”.
What did you think of the music video? While this isn't their catchiest song, it may be one of my favorites because of the emotion dwelling in the song. Please support K.A.R.D and DSP Media. Like and share this review on social media. Comment your thoughts. Thank you for the support and I'll see you in my next review.