Japanese Breakfast returns with Korean version of 'Be Sweet'

Following on from the release of her highly-praised third album 'Jubilee' last year, Japanese Breakfast has now returned to share a new rendition of one of the record's standout offering.

The new Korean version of 'Be Sweet' sees her collaborate with So!YoON! of SEO SO NEON for the release, and offers a new and inventive side to the original recording.

Speaking about the new rendition, she said, “We thought it would be fun to put out a special Korean version of ‘Be Sweet’ preceding our upcoming performance in Seoul. I’m very grateful Yaeji helped me with the translation over a year ago. So!YoON! is one of my favorite indie artists in Seoul right now and I’m so happy we got to collab.”

Check out the Korean version of 'Be Sweet' in the player below.

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