Red Velvet Joy’s Gorgeous Solo Debut Teasers Spark Viral Edit Trends Across Social Media

Joy is a true trendsetter, and these fans are so creative ๐Ÿ˜

With Red Velvet‘s Joy set to release her solo debut remake album, Hello, in less than a week, all six of her track teaser sets have finally been revealedโ€”and they’re causing excitement among non-ReVeluvs too. Across social media platforms like Twitter, K-Pop fans have been so drawn to Joy’s unique and adorable ’90s and ’00s-themed teasers that they had to Photoshop their own idols trying out the concept. Let’s take a look at some of the Joy teasers that have gone viral over the past week and the Photoshop “edit” trends they’ve spawned.

1. “Hello”

The first teaser that gained attention across social media was the track poster for Joy’s debut title track, “Hello”โ€”a modern rock remake of the 2003 song “Goodbye” by Park Hye Kyung.

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The adorable retro poster combines cute shots of Joy against a white background combined with various stickers representing different parts of her life, from a kiwi (her representative fruit) to her Maltese dog, Haetnim. Here are some of the top edits “Hello” inspired across Twitter.

2. “Be There For You”

Next up was “Be There For You”, Joy’s retro-synth reinterpretation of the 1996 song by TOY.

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In this teaser, photos of Joy with refreshing fruits are collected as a collage on faux-handmade paper, accompanied by various pencil drawings and lyrics. Here are some of the top edits “Be There For You” inspired across Twitter.

3. “Day by Day”

The trend continued when Joy revealed her track poster for her upcoming medium tempo R&B ballad remake of As One‘s 1999 track, “Day by Day.”

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This track poster is simple yet gorgeous, showing off Joy’s visuals in black and white with a minimalistic design. Here are some of the top edits “Day by Day” inspired across Twitter.

4. “Happy Birthday to You”

And last but not least came the track teaser poster for “Happy Birthday to You”โ€”a refreshing acoustic remake of the 1999 song by Kwon Jin Won.

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Perhaps the most intricate poster design, this teaser displayed retro photos of Joy as if they were appearing on a vintage Apple Mac screen, complete with dialogue boxes, file windows, and more. Here are some of the top edits “Happy Birthday to You” inspired across Twitter.

Joy’s solo debut album and single will be released on May 31 at 6:00 p.m. Korean Standard Time.

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