How are you doing during self-quarantine due to coronavirus pandemic? Have you run out of ideas on what to do to keep yourself entertained at home? Well, we can always spend our time on K-Dramas. Or else, we can use our time during this coronavirus pandemic to develop ourselves by, for example, improving our language skills using “Learn Korean with BTS” on Weverse or learning these KPop dances at home.
Stay Fit with KPop Dances
Learning KPop dances will not only entertain us but also keep our body fit. It can be our routine exercise and workout. Then, your body’s immune system can fight viruses better. Let us see the dances worth to practice at home (or if we’re too lazy, we can just watch them)!
“Jealousy” by MONSTA X
Many of MONSTA X music videos include excellent dances with iconic moments. It is quite hard to choose only one, but the dance movements in “Jealousy” are relatively simple, yet powerful. Watch this tutorial video of MONSTA X “Jealousy” dance:
“Rookie” by Red Velvet
Released on February 1, 2017, “Rookie” is one of Red Velvet’s songs with energetic dance movements. Though at first reactions to this pop-funk dance track was negative, later on, The Korea Herald said that this song is “Weird at first, but addictive later.” Even it was on #4 on Billboard’s World Digital Songs chart, and Melon Music Awards nominated it as the Song of the Year in 2017.
“Knock Knock” by TWICE
Undoubtedly, TWICE never fails to charm their fans while dancing, both on their music videos and live performances. If we have to choose one to learn, definitely, the dance movements in “Knock Knock” is the cutest choreography of TWICE. Even if we are not good at dancing, at least we can follow TWICE’s knock-knocking, which is the key element of the dance. Make sure we don’t do any real-life door knocking before the coronavirus pandemic is over, though.
“Senorita” by (G)-IDLE
Being #2 most popular KPop girl group on March 2020 makes (G)-IDLE on the list on our KPop dances practice during self-quarantine. The choreography is a balance between sexy and classic, with lots of hand and arm movements. Please be very cautious with your ankles if you choose to put your high heels on during the dance practice.
“Senorita” by VAV
There is indeed something about Latin-style KPop that makes you cannot resist dancing. If it is not enough to have “Senorita” by (G)-IDLE, let us have some other sexy KPop dances by practicing VAV’s “Senorita.” In the music video, we can see that Latin dance styles inspire their choreography. The dance movements are lively and sexy at the same time. Watch this mini dance class video by VAV Baron to learn the key points from the chorus:
“Boy In Luv” by BTS
Oldie but goldie is the right term for BTS’s “Boy In Luv.” Though it in terms of discography, this song is a bit an oldie, but it is still a goldie. The dance movements in this song can help you channel the energy you have been experiencing during staying at home period. Besides, listening to this song and practicing the dance might help you cope with the BTS’s canceled and rescheduled tours as the impact of coronavirus outbreak.