Although Best Clips 1 and 2 are both awesome in all aspects, the picture quality of Best Clips 1 isn’t as good as what you would expect to see from a Blu-ray. But that’s understandable since the older music videos were shot a long time ago. I won’t recommend buying Best Clips 1 on Blu-ray if you already own it on DVD since the upgrade is not that significant, but if you just love your KARA stuff, then go ahead and get the Blu-ray.
Something astonishing I realised while watching Best Clips 1 is that KARA still looks the same after all these years.
The picture quality improves substantially on Best Clips II, especially on the live performances. It’s a pity that the editing of the concert is not that great, but overall they did an adequate job of capturing the high-energy atmosphere.
On Disc 2 you get some behind the scenes stuff that lets you see KARA practising their dance moves and having fun with one another. Watching this makes me feel like KARA is the most amazing K-pop group out there.