TikTok has become the leading social media at the moment, and it was only a matter of time for K-pop to claim a spot on it. Many idols have launched their own challenges on the platform and have invited their fans to join in on the fun. The challenge went viral and many fans participated, with some of them putting a funny spin on it.
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I wanted to create a space where I could interact with fellow Kpop fans like me. Ateez's choreography always stood out to me with their energetic movements and crazy moves, and I hope to share some of that. We are called CYD and we are from Wisconsin, our team name stands for chase your dream. Our age in the team ranges from We are a four member group that started last year and we share a passion for dancing and kpop! They have performed at countless dance contests, conventions, and festivals, including winning First Place at the and Orlando Korean Festival as well as Second Place at Koreafest and !
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Twitter Discord IRC. Hey guys! In anticipation for KCON , my friends and I created an app to help everyone play and practice for the random dance challenge during convention! BTOB 5 points 6 points 7 points 2 years ago 1 child. Good job guys.
When it comes to K-pop Random Play Dance challenges, there are two YouTube accounts that dominate the competition: GoToe, who focuses more on coordinating challenges for the public to join, and The J, a channel that showcases covers and challenges from different dance teams. A mix of various K-pop choruses, both old and new, are stitched together and played out loud to a group of people. Everyone stands clear of the center and, if you know the dance, you run to the middle and perform. They often set them up to divide the crowd into two different-colored teams, which not only makes everything a little more visually interesting, but also helps control the amount of people dancing at one time. These challenges can be anything from needing a certain number of people to perform the dance to performing at twice or half speed. Instead, The J adapted the concept to still work while everyone was staying safe at home. The mix would get sent to participants, who would then start at the same time and record themselves. Then, all the individual videos were edited together to produce a video that still entertains. So why not make a challenge where he has to perform every song in the mix, with others joining in when they can? If you have a hard time focusing on more than one person during these challenge videos, or just want to see one person do an hour-long version by themselves, the Ketchup Volumes are for you!