@Idol-chan_Spiffy I found this on a Youtube comment. As someone who understands Thai myself, I think it's a pretty good explanation. 1. In the beginning, they are casting a spell to give positive energy to the letters to someone (perhaps the fans or each other). The letter says things like "I'm supporting you". 2. Izurina accidentally sneeze and mess up the spell, lighting the letters on fire. Luckily, Satchan (the center girl) puts the fire out. 3. The girls put these charmed letters around the school to give encouragements to their friends & each other. 4. The girls find June, Jib & Namsai (the 3 lowest ranked Undergirls in the General Election & each of them faced offline drama) looking at the words 'Under Girls' and feeling sad about their situation. 5. The girls bring June, Jib & Namsai to the center of the magic circle to cure them, but someone sneezes again, messing up the spell and turning June into a skeleton. Luckily, the girls work their magic & turns her back to a human. Their spells also start working and Namsai & Jib starts to smile. 6. The girls are encouraging & supporting each other. Someone puts a letter saying “Let do our best together!” into another's pocket to show they are encouraging each other. 7. A letter slides back under the door saying “Thank you for your support” - it shows their positive spell is working. 8.They go outside the building and the letters are falling from the sky saying “ I will keep supporting you too” representing the fans who get positive energy from the girls and are giving it back to them, saying they will also take care of the girls & vice versa. 9. In the end, the word “Under” falls down, leaving on the word “Girls”, telling them they're not just UNDER girls, but girls who are just as important and valuable as every other girl regardless of the rank. I believe the meaning of the video is to show how the girls encourage each other to keep fighting for their dreams, and that their 'magic' power is to give positive energy to the fans and encouraging them, and in turn, the fans who receive this positive power also reciprocates and gives support to the girls. The line "If there are tears in your eyes, I will cast a spell to make them disappear" is a message from the girls to the fans, and from the fans back to the girls. I will translate what the letters say. The first letter that the girls are casting a spell on says "I'm here for you/I'm supporting you" (in Thai, it literally translates to "I'll be your heart power". The second letter that the one of the girls' hand slips into another girl's pocket says "Let's keep fighting together". The third letter that comes from under the door says "Thank you for your encouragement". Perhaps this letter comes from their fans, or from one of the other members who received encouragement from the girls. The fourth letter that Miori read that fell from the sky says "I'll be your support too", perhaps this is the sentiment of the fans back to the girls, saying thank you for the encouragement the girls gave them, and that they too will be a source of support for the girls. In essence, the lyrics (e.g. "Even if it's one-sided, but I'm willing to give it", "I'll be here supporting you in the crowd, it's fine if you don't see me", etc.) may sound like a typical love song, but the way it was interpreted in the MV seems to reflect the relationship between BNK48 members and their fans.