All the idol groups have dance practice videos on the internet. Some are good, some are bad, some I don’t even know what they are. Dance practice videos are the best way to judge the dancing skills of your favorite performers. We have already presented the Male Idols Edition and now it is time to look at the ladies of Korean Music. Below is list of eight of the best dance practice videos, in no particular order.
Hyuna – “Red”
Love her or hate her, most everyone has an opinion on Hyuna. But watch the video below. I think you can see that she does in fact have some good dancing skills. It is nice to see Hyuna seeming to enjoy herself in this video. Often she seems a combination of sexed up and cold so this video is a nice change.
2NE1 – “Falling In Love“
It sounds like the ladies are singing in the video which is interesting to see in a dance practice. I also like seeing how more lively 2NE1 looks in this music video as compared to some of their other videos. Despite the fact the ladies are more often known for their vocals skill as opposed to their dancing skills this video shows both.
Rainbow – “Tell Me Tell Me”
The ladies of Rainbow sometimes get a bad rap for their more grown-up videos . I like seeing how bigger groups move around while dancing and this is a group example on how to do it. I think this is one of Rainbow’s better songs so when I found this dance practice video I was eager to see what the choreography would look like.
SISTAR – “Give It To Me”
Not a lot I can say to explain this video. It boils down to they are good singers and good dancers. Of course, they are SISTAR so what do you expect. It’s good to see that the ladies are practicing in the heels that are similar if not the same to those they wear in the music video.
Crayon Pop – “Bar Bar Bar”
Obviously a video from their trainee days or early debuts as they are still wearing name tags. This is a funny dance video or maybe an excellent workout video. Crayon Pop is a group with a certain style in of their own from costuming, to song and even choreography. Now that I have seen the choreography I think if it were to look any different it just would not fit the song at all.
Afterschool – “Flashback”
The choreography for this song is non-stop and the ladies maintain a high level of energy through out the video. Some of the girls have some very serious looks on their faces at times. I wonder if it’s because the routine is difficutl or because that what goes with the look of the music video.
Girls’ Generation – “Mr.Mr”
There are a number of large member groups on this list but you could not have this best-of list without bringing up theses ladies. Despite the group’s large number of members their choreography look flawless and easy until you try it at home.
Miss A – “I Don’t Need a Man”
This was may first Miss A music video and my first dance practice video. The video itself is not of super quality but it is clear enough for you to check of the moves of Miss A. This group is another one that I would say has gotten better of time both musically and dance wise. It’s enough to make you curious to see what they come up with next.
There is no way I could include everyone and I know there are groups that did not make this list this time. Which is your favorite from the list and why? Did your bias make the list? Who do you think should make the list next time?
Edited by: Karolina Goebel
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