All Itzy Music Videos: Every Official MV

JYP Entertainment K-pop girl group Twice is one of the most celebrated and beloved groups in the history of K-pop, so creating a follow-up girl group was always going to be an unenviable task. However, Itzy proved up to the assignment, carving out an identity and a passionate fandom from day one, and their international fandom is especially strong, perhaps owing to their excellent English skills. Here, we maintain an archive and list of all of the Itzy music videos, including every official MV and links to performance videos, behind-the-scenes content, and other relevant video content, to make it easy to watch everything in one place. This is Midzy one-stop shopping for everything Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna.

A List of All Official Itzy Music Videos – Watch Every MV in One Place

1. “달라달라 (Dalla Dalla)” MV – February 11, 2019

Itzy debuted on February 12, 2019 with It’z Different, but the “달라달라 (Dalla Dalla)” music video was released one day earlier. This MV is a cool and confident introduction to the group that drew a clear line of delineation between Itzy and lighter, fluffier Twice. From the instant Itzy steps out of the elevator at the beginning of the video, their identity is established, and they have embodied this image ever since, even in their softer songs.

There is a “달라달라 (Dalla Dalla)” performance video, an Itzy reaction video to the MV, and individual behind-the-scenes videos for Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna, respectively.

2. “Icy” MV – July 29, 2019

Icy” is the lead single from the first Itzy mini-album, It’z Icy. It is tonally identical to “달라달라,” being about putting forth one’s own image confidently despite what others might say (“They keep talkin’ / I keep walkin'”), but the overall sound is much more frenetic.

There is an “Icy” performance video, a for-fun part-switch version, and a two-part MV behind-the-scenes video.

3. “Wannabe” MV – March 9, 2020

Wannabe” is the lead single from the second Itzy mini-album, It’z Me, and with its catchy, memorable chorus, it has been one of the most popular Itzy songs since its release. Even the choreography is praised, with Ryujin’s “shoulder dance” in particular being cited by fans. It’s easy to see why this is one of the most viewed music videos out of all the MVs Itzy has done.

There is a “Wannabe” performance video, a “Midzy” version, a full-cam “Midzy” version, and a two-part MV behind-the-scenes video.

4. “Not Shy” MV – August 17, 2020

Not Shy” is the lead single from the third Itzy mini-album, also called Not Shy. For this music video, Itzy head to the desert to drive cars and wear cowgirl hats. They also discover a secret storage room under the earth filled with desserts for some reason.

There is a “Not Shy” performance video, an Itzy reaction video to the “Not Shy” music video, and a multiple-part MV behind-the-scenes video.

*. “Not Shy” English Ver. MV in Zepeto – January 22, 2021

JYP Entertainment released an English version of “Not Shy” in January 2021, and the song received an all-computer-generated music video in Zepeto, a social gaming platform. (Blackpink, among others, has also experimented with Zepeto for music videos.) Despite being computer-generated, this version of the video is amusingly similar to the original, at least in the sense that the digital Itzy members are still dancing in the desert. English versions of “Wannabe,” “Icy,” and “Dalla Dalla” were released in tandem from Itzy, without music videos.

*. “믿지 (Midzy)” Lyric Video – March 20, 2021

While we do not usually include lyric videos prominently in our archives of music videos, we have to make an exception for “믿지 (Midzy),” being the self-titled fandom song for Itzy. It was released in Korean and English versions simultaneously, and the videos include some adorable illustrations.

In February 2024, for the fifth anniversary of Itzy, a new video for “믿지 (Midzy)” was released, containing a nostalgic compilation of footage from the past five years to that point.

5. “마.피.아. In the morning” MV – April 30, 2021

마.피.아. In the morning” is the lead single from the fourth Itzy mini-album, Guess Who. The song is basically about figuratively (literally?) gunning for a person’s heart, like the mafia would. Suffice to say, the concept does not make a terrific amount of sense, but it’s fun. An English version of this song was released a couple weeks later, on May 14, 2021.

There is a “마.피.아. In the morning” performance video, an Itzy reaction video for the MV, a video of Itzy reacting to other people’s reactions, a stage video for the English version of the song, and a general behind-the-scenes series.

6. “얼음깨 (Break Ice)” MV with Second Aunt KimDaVi – July 1, 2021

Itzy collaborated with Korean entertainer and comedian Kim Shin-young (performing as “Second Aunt KimDaVi”) for “얼음깨 (Break Ice).” The song was part of Vivo’s “How to Have a Good 2021” project, and proceeds from that project went to helping people who were struggling financially as a result of COVID-19. As one would expect, this is a bit lighter and sillier than your average Itzy music video, but the song has a pleasant and refreshing melody for the summer.

There is a making-of-MV film for “얼음깨 (Break Ice).”

7. “Loco” MV – September 24, 2021

Loco” is the lead single from the first full-length Itzy studio album, Crazy in Love. The girls are crazy in love, so they’re shopping, dancing on bridges, and cutting through cages with bedazzled chainsaws — typical stuff. It perhaps makes for one of the more memorable Itzy music videos in that sense, and it’s full of confidence like all of their videos.

There is a “Loco” reaction video. Incidentally, there is no formal “Loco” performance video, but there is a “Loco” performance created for The Kelly Clarkson Show.

8. “Swipe” MV – September 27, 2021

Swipe” is another track from Crazy in Love, and the title refers to swiping on one’s phone to move on to the next guy. If a girl sends a guy this song, it probably isn’t a great sign for him.

There is a performance video for “Swipe,” plus a behind-the-scenes video for the MV.

*. “Wannabe” Japanese Ver. MV – November 1, 2021

It’z Itzy, a compilation of Japanese versions of existing Itzy singles, would be released on December 22, 2021, and Itzy released a music video for the Japanese version of “Wannabe” in advance of that. It’s completely new compared to the original version of the MV, featuring a stylized airplane, among other colorful settings.

*. “Loco” Japanese Ver. MV – December 1, 2021

Like “Wannabe,” “Loco” received its own music video for the Japanese version. However, unlike with “Wannabe,” the Japanese MV for “Loco” is pretty much identical to the Korean version in terms of filming.

9. “Voltage” MV – March 23, 2022

Voltage” is the first original Japanese Itzy song, and it was released as a single with another song, “Spice,” as a B-side on April 6, 2022. “Voltage” is a straight-up banger from start to finish, making it a pretty darn good offering to Japan.

“Voltage” has two separate special performance movies, plus a special dance clip.

*. “#Twenty” Video – April 9, 2022

“#Twenty” is another song from Crazy in Love, but it received basically the equivalent of a music video in April 2022, as part of “The 1st Fan Meeting.” The “#Twenty” video was actually taken down and reuploaded a few days after its original release, seemingly just to remove Pokémon graphics from it. It is worth noting that Itzy prominently advertised Pokémon video games for Nintendo and The Pokémon Company in 2022.

There is a dance practice for “#Twenty.”

10. “Sneakers” MV – July 15, 2022

Sneakers” is the lead single from the fifth Itzy mini-album, Checkmate. The “Sneakers” music video combines regal quarters with a NASA-like “mission control,” neither of which has the most obvious connection to sneakers or even sneaker metaphors, but Itzy makes it work.

There is an Itzy reaction video to “Sneakers,” a multiple-part making-of-MV video, and a live performance video created for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

11. “Blah Blah Blah” MV – September 21, 2022

Blah Blah Blah” is the second original Japanese Itzy song, and it was released as a single with another song, “Can’t tie me down,” as a B-side on October 5, 2022. This Itzy music video makes particularly nice use of chiaroscuro. Also, Yeji uses a bowling ball to take out some heavy vehicles, which is rather impressive.

There is an Itzy reaction video for “Blah Blah Blah,” in addition to a dance movie and a live performance movie.

12. “Boys Like You” MV – October 21, 2022

Boys Like You” is the first original English-language Itzy song, released as a single first and later included as part of the Cheshire mini-album. Since the “Boys Like You” music video was released around Halloween time, there is a costume party and a philandering boy to ditch at said party.

There is a lengthy behind-the-scenes video for the “Boys Like You” music video.

13. “Cheshire” – November 30, 2023

Cheshire” is the lead single of the sixth Itzy mini-album, also named Cheshire. The music video plays with what is and isn’t real, and it combines game show and cat imagery.

There is an Itzy reaction video to the “Cheshire” music video and an MV behind-the-scenes video. There is also a special Christmas version dance practice via Amazon Music. Likewise, there is a (kind of) live performance of another song from the album, “Snowy,” via Amazon Music.

14. “Bet on Me” MV – July 3, 2023

Bet on Me” is the first prerelease song for the seventh Itzy mini-album, Kill My Doubt. The song deals with confronting one’s self-doubts, making it a bit more poignant than most Itzy songs yet still very on brand to their concept.

There is an Itzy reaction video for the “Bet on Me” MV, as well as a live performance of “Bet on Me” from the Kill My Doubt showcase.

15. “None of My Business” MV – July 24, 2023

None of My Business” is the second prerelease song for Kill My Doubt. The MV is sunny and mellow, but the song is basically about the end of a relationship that isn’t working for anyone anymore.

There is a “None of My Business” performance video, a live performance of “None of My Business” from the Kill My Doubt showcase, and an Itzy reaction video to the “None of My Business” MV.

16. “Cake” MV – July 31, 2023

Cake” is the lead single of Kill My Doubt, and it has a fun music video in which the Itzy members treat life as a piece of cake. They wander merrily from place to place, completely indifferent to various types of calamities occurring directly around them. Perhaps they should work in bomb disposal.

There is a “Cake” performance video, a live performance from the Kill My Doubt showcase, and an Itzy reaction video to the “Cake” MV. Additionally, there is a multiple-part documentary for the making of the Kill My Doubt album.

*. “Trust Me (Midzy)” Japanese Ver. Special Movie – August 30, 2023

The Japanese version of the fandom song received a special movie.

17. “Ringo” MV – September 27, 2023

Ringo” is the lead single of the first full-length Japanese Itzy studio album, also called Ringo, which would be released on October 18, 2023. “Ringo” is the Japanese word for “apple,” and indeed, the music video has a Snow White theme, albeit with an Itzy twist — there are a lot of machine guns in this video!

There is also a “Ringo” live performance.

18. “Sugar-holic” MV – October 11, 2023

Sugar-holic” is another song from Ringo, and it received a music video one week prior to the release of the album. It has a wider aspect ratio than normal, but the song is a leisurely affair about taking things easy.

19. “Born to Be” MV – December 18, 2023

Born to Be” is the first of many songs to receive a music video from the eighth Korean Itzy mini-album, also named Born to Be. (The album includes 10 songs, so it could be argued to be a studio-length album. However, JYP officially describes it as a mini-album anyway.) The album would be released on January 8, 2024. “Born to Be,” the song, is a fierce and fiery introduction to the rest of the coming album, full of Itzy’s signature confidence.

There is a lengthy behind-the-scenes video for the “Born to Be” MV and a video of Itzy providing commentary on the MV.

20. “Crown on My Head” MV (Yeji Solo) – December 20, 2023

Every Itzy member (including Lia, who is otherwise on hiatus and not participating in Born to Be promotions) co-wrote and performed her own individual solo track for the Born to Be album, and the first to receive a music video was Yeji with her song, “Crown on My Head.” These solo MVs are truncated from their full song lengths, as this video is only 1:47 in length. Nonetheless, “Crown on My Head” is totally rocking and catchy, and Yeji is nothing but captivating throughout.

There is a behind-the-scenes video for the “Crown on My Head” MV.

21. “Run Away” MV (Ryujin Solo) – December 22, 2023

Ryujin was the second Itzy member to release a solo song and music video, in this case for “Run Away.” This is another truncated video, so it effectively encourages listeners to listen to the full song upon the release of the Born to Be album.

There is a behind-the-scenes video for the “Run Away” MV.

22. “Mine” MV (Chaeryeong Solo) – December 25, 2023

The abbreviated MV for “Mine,” the Chaeryeong solo song, was released at midnight on Christmas Day in South Korea. The song has a head-bopping melody, and the video features lots of hallways, uneaten cake, and a matryoshka doll.

There is a behind-the-scenes video for the “Mine” MV.

23. “Yet, but” MV (Yuna Solo) – December 27, 2023

Yuna was the final Itzy member to release a solo music video for the Born to Be album, with the song “Yet, but.” The video is vivid and fun, with lots of pink in a sci-fi setting, and the song itself is bubbly and energetic. The English lyric “Not yet, but” is a play on words, as the pronunciation is close to the Korean “Na yeppeo,” which means “I’m pretty.” Nobody would disagree with that when Yuna is the person saying so.

There is a behind-the-scenes video for the “Yet, but” MV.

24. “Mr. Vampire” MV – January 2, 2024

Mr. Vampire” was the sixth song from Born to Be to receive a music video, and it is the second full-length video with the entire group, following the four Itzy solo MVs. It has an eclectic sound that defies easy description, but contrary to the song title, the video mostly takes place in office-like settings.

There is a behind-the-scenes video for the “Mr. Vampire” MV and also an Itzy reaction video.

25. “Untouchable” MV – January 8, 2024

Untouchable” is the title track of the Itzy Born to Be mini-album, and its music video was released in tandem with the album. It is the culmination of six previous music videos for the album. An army of soldiers in riot gear attacks in the video, but they are all effortlessly repelled and apparently exploded by the power of Itzy being cool.

There is a behind-the-scenes video for the “Untouchable” MV and also an Itzy reaction video to the MV.

*. “Sooo LUCKY” Itzy 5th Anniversary Video – February 12, 2024

For the fifth anniversary of Itzy since their debut, Itzy released a self-made, single-shot special video for “Sooo LUCKY,” a song from the 2021 studio album, Crazy in Love. Lia was not present, still being on hiatus, but she is represented in TWINZY plush form in the video.

26. “Like Magic” MV (J.Y. Park, Stray Kids, Itzy, NMIXX) – February 20, 2024

As a Coca-Cola Creations K-wave X JYPE collaboration, several JYP Entertainment artists, including J.Y. Park, Stray Kids, Itzy, and NMIXX, recorded the song, “Like Magic,” and gave it a slick a music video. JYP artists don’t get opportunities to collaborate like this often, so it’s fun to see, whether or not it’s ultimately a hokey Coca-Cola advertisement. (It is fairly common for the major beverage companies to promote via K-pop music videos, as NewJeans has also promoted with Coca-Cola and IVE has promoted with Pepsi.)

That does for Itzy Born to Be and 5th anniversary music videos, but there is always another Itzy comeback in the works!

That is the complete list of all Itzy music videos at this time, and this archive is being updated for each additional MV or relevant related video content as it comes along. Bookmark this page if you want to always have fast and convenient access to all of the Itzy music videos, and share this page with friends to expand the fandom!

K-Pop Answers has way more Itzy content where this came from, including the following:

Additionally, for more music from JYP groups, check out our complete archives of Twice, NMIXX, NiziU, VCHA, and NEXZ music videos.

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