Korean actors can often seem manly, tough and so cool that no one would even dare touch them. However, many actors have an adorable side to them. Some are even amazing dancers! This list highlights ten actors who have performed girl group dances in such a natural way you would almost question if they are in the right group! Some of the actors perform the dances so well, its as if they were part of the group themselves. Check out the list below. Has your favorite actor ever danced to a girl group song?
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Popular Korean Girl Group TWICE Shows Appreciation And Asks For Continued Support At TWICELAND Press Conference In Singapore!
(Photo : Ong Melin | Special Thanks to ONE Production)
TWICE was Singapore for the first time for their maiden tour, TWICELAND.
The nine membered group, consisting of Jihyo, Nayeon, Jungyeon, Chaeyeon, Dahyun, Momo, Sana, Mina and Tzuyu, held a press conference on 28th of April before leaving for their photo session with fans at the Star Vista.
(Photo: Ong Melin | Special Thanks to ONE Production)
The girls entered the stage enthusiastically, starting off with posing for the media before cutely greeted the media with bright faces, introducing themselves in English individually, and then doing their signature group cheer.
Its no secret that Korean soldiers are big fans of TWICE and these men are taking their love to the next level with their covers of their songs TT and Cheer Up.
TWICE is one of the most loved girl groups for Korean men doing their military service. Soldiers are constantly showing their love for the girls in unique ways. However, these soldiers showed their dedication to the group by dancing to TWICEs hit songs.
These men went the extra mile with their covers, nailing the choreography and even forming groups to imitate a real K-pop performance.
Billboard has released their 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time: Critics Picks list and K-pop fans will be able spot some familiar faces!
The list was released on July 10 and features Girls Generations I Got A Boy at 21st place, Wonder Girls Nobody at 43rd, f(x)s Rum Pum Pum Pum at 59th, Red Velvets Dumb Dumb at 70th, and Fin.K.Ls Now at 88th place.
The Billboard staff compiled the list with songs from multiple generations, including legendary groups like The Supremes, TLC, Spice Girls, and Destinys Child. First place went to Be My Baby, a 1963 song by The Ronettes.
Recently, Billboard revealed their list of the '100 Greatest Girl Group Songs Of All Time'. The list included five idol girl groups representing K-Pop.
Starting at number 88, first generation girl group Fin.K.L made their name known with the title song "Now" released in 2000. Taking charge of 70th place was Red Velvet with "Dumb Dumb" released in 2015. The description states, "There are pop hooks that grab you, and then there are hooks that strangle you and absolutely refuse to let go. Red Velvet's "Dumb Dumb" epitomizes that latter, with the quirky quintet repeating the word "dumb" more than 200 times throughout this single..." Standing strong at 59th was f(x)'s "Rum Pum Pum Pum" from 2013.