K-Pop Homework

The dancing in the music videos stood out to me since I used to be a dancer. Because I know how difficult dancing is and how especially hard it is for everyone to be on sync and on time, I was very impressed. If one person messes up it is pretty noticeable. They were also not doing choreography that was easy. Dancing for a full song takes a lot of practice and time. I think this relates to the part in the TED talk when it was mentioned how we tend to find things more beautiful when we have a past/personal connection to them.

Although I love music, I was not able to understand what they were singing. The song did seem catchy though. I think it is hard for many people who don’t understand the k-pop culture or language to fully appreciate the content. The music video sets were very pretty and you could tell a lot of effort was put into it. Because it was my first time listening and seeing k-pop I’m not sure if I would watch more music videos as it usually takes me a while to get used to something new, but I was very impressed by the groups.

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