The video was shot over the course of a month and was filmed in five locations both at home and abroad, including Hanoi, Hai Phong, Ho Chi Minh City, Thailand, and the Truong Sa archipelago, also known as the Spratly islands.
The music video’s director Mai Thanh Tung discussed the inspiration to film comes from the song “Tự hào Việt Nam” composed by Xuan Tri, and has subsequently received support from the Ministry of Health.
By seeing such a large number of participants, the music video represents one of the largest filmed in recent times locally. Indeed, director Thanh Tung notes that there were no difficulties gathering such a crowd, adding that he wants to send a message of community solidarity whilst giving encouragement to all people to combat the pandemic.
Famous names such as VTV emcee Hoai Anh, singers Trong Tan and Dan Truong, national team goalkeeper Dang Van Lam, and Thuy Van, the runner-up of Miss Universe Vietnam 2019, all make appearances throughout the video.
Most notably, the footage also sees the participation of doctors from the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases, along with soldiers stationed on the Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago, with the images displayed sending a strong message of community solidarity in the struggle to prevail against the COVID-19.