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Watch: Jang Moon Bok Takes On Pick Me Dance At Double Speed
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Watch: Jang Moon Bok Takes On Pick Me Dance At Double Speed

Jang Moon Bok, a contestant on Mnets Produce 101 Season 2, took on the notoriously difficult Pick Me choreography at double speed!

On June 16, the clip was uploaded to the YouTube channel. Even though the song is playing at double the speed, he handled the choreography absolutely perfectly; from this video, its hard to believe that he was given a grade of F in the first evaluation.

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Netizens who watched the video commented, Is he the king of double speed dances?, I thought it was a fast forward video, and He worked really hard.

Produce 101 Season 2 Trainees Talk About Their Most Stressful Experience During The Show And Why They Still Dance To Pick Me
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Produce 101 Season 2 Trainees Talk About Their Most Stressful Experience During The Show And Why They Still Dance To Pick Me

On July 10, former Produce 101 Season 2 contestants Kwon Hyun Bin, Yoo Hoe Seung, Woo Jin Young, and Lee Gun Hee appeared on a radio show and talked about the difficulties they experienced during the survival show.

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Lee Gun Hee shared, While I was on the show, what burdened me the most was watching my friends and family getting stressed about my rankings rather than my own physical exhaustion.

Woo Jin Young also agreed that the psychological pressure was harder to endure. He said, There was nothing physically difficult, but the pressure was stressful. It was hard because we never knew when we might get eliminated.

Christian version of 'Pick Me' by a church dance group goes viral
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Christian version of 'Pick Me' by a church dance group goes viral

You may haveseenmany parodies of 'Produce 101' but nothing like this Christian version!

The viral performance took place at '2017 CCC Summer Conference' organized by theKorea Campus Crusade for Christ. The theme for the retreat was 'Desiring'.

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Park Sung Min, who is assumed to be the pastor, takes on the role of BoAand announces the start of 'Desiring 101'. He asks, "Are you ready to enjoy? It's show time."Following hisannouncement, the viral performance of ''Pick Me'' by101 Dance Teambegins.

Strong Woman Do Bong-soon Ep.13-16: Glimpses of What Couldve Been
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Strong Woman Do Bong-soon Ep.13-16: Glimpses of What Couldve Been

After weeks of misguided comedy, meandering plot lines, and a misplaced prioritising of tone over characterisation, its finally a wrap for Strong Woman Do Bong-soon. This last quarter, especially the final episode, rights a few of its many wrongs. Perhaps its better late than never, but at the same time, its a sad reminder of how great the drama could have been if only it had remembered to focus on its heroine, her growth, and her relationships with the people around her.

This review contains spoilers for Episodes 13-16.

[HanCinema's Drama Review]
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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Strong Family" Episodes 17-18

For the first time, Cheon-il uses his tracksuit for its intended purpose- as workout clothes, in anticipation of the big company athletic competition which he ends up taking far, far too aggressively. I was a little disappointed that Cheon-il's training montage is just general athletics. It would have made for a much funnier overall joke if Cheon-il had been taking mixed martial arts lessons and his performance on the field was a result of his mis-applying those skills in the wrong context.

Elsewhere, Ik-hee starts taking private tutoring lessons on the behest of her mother, which predictably backfires since Ik-hee made very clear her desire to continue going to a private classroom rather than take prviate lessons. This story was noteworthy to me mainly because the tutor is played by Park Jin-joo, an actress I rather like even though she has trouble getting anything better than third tier roles. Still, Ik-hee's rude albeit reasonable question about employment prospects was fairly funny.