Originally posted on seoultonight:
Any consummate consumer of the K-Pop scene would know the popular random play dance corner of Weekly Idol — a segment where idol groups are expected to perform their choreography to the snatch of the song that is played. For idol groups who spend every waking moment in practice if they don’t have media or performance schedules, this, in theory, should be as easy as breathing for them.
The catch is that they’re expected to also reproduce the exact formation they’re in for the particular section of the song. Oh, and that the song skips every five seconds or so. If you’re INFINITE, with almost twenty different choreographies to remember, this ends up being a test of memory as well.
What makes the dance segment work so well?
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