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20 Memorable K-Pop Choreographies That Got Us Addicted: TWICE’s ‘TT’, EXO’s ‘Love Shot’ and More!

K-pop not only shows the musicality of each group, but also shows the fluidity of movement, especially the choreography that matches the energy of each song. This is also one of the reasons why K-pop is special because watching the group’s choreography is an experience that any fan can enjoy.

Without further ado, here are 20 unforgettable K-pop choreographies that got us hooked.

1. ‘TT’ – TWICE

The “TT” choreography is one of the assets that has made TWICE a powerful K-pop girl group. The hand choreography was a great ingredient that went viral with fans and other idols alike!

2. “Dynamite” – BTS

The 2020 standalone single “Dynamite” is considered memorable and loved by fans for its slick choreography while paying homage to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson!

3. “Random Shot” – EXO

EXO’s “Love Shot” choreography is surely a fan favorite as it conveys slow but deft dance moves.


BLACKPINK’s 2018 hit “DDU-DU-DDU-DU” musically took fans to an exciting side while earning their love for hand choreography in the chorus.

5. “Eve” – ​​EXO

Another fan-favourite EXO choreography, “The Eve” features fluid movements that anyone can easily learn.

6. “Oh my gosh” – The generation of girls

“Gee” by SNSD, the song that established SNSD as one of the most successful girl groups in K-pop, enchanted fans with its catchy song and memorable choreography. The dance song also featured a crab dance in the chorus.

7. “I’m Sorry, I’m Sorry” – Super Junior

“Sorry Sorry” by Super Junior is another classic in terms of musicality and choreography.

8. “Ring Ding Dong” – SHINee

“Ring Ding Dong” performs elaborate dance sequences, especially in the chorus.

9. “Abracadabra” – girls with brown eyes

The Brown Eyed Girls’ “Abracadabra” choreography is memorable to fans for its simple and laid-back rocking choreography.

10. “Fantasy” – TWICE

TWICE’s “Fancy” became popular in 2019 due to the fun and bouncy choreography it instilled in the chorus.

11. “Just Right” – GOT7

The choreography of “Just Right” extends a very delicate yet dynamic flow to the dance, making it one of the most memorable choreographies in K-POP.

12. ‘Bonamana’ – Super Junior

Super Junior’s “Bonamana” gives a relaxed and basic choreography during the chorus, which makes the dance moves unforgettable.

13. “Mr. Simple” – Super Junior

Another Super Junior classic, the chorus choreography of “Mr. Simple”, is easy for any fan to remember.

14. Growling – EXO

Growl’s choreography is fun to remember and dance to, especially in casual dances where crowds of people manage to do it.

15. ‘Bom Bboom’ – MOMOLAND

The 2018 hit “Bboom Bboom” went viral for its catchy beat and memorable choreography that propelled the girl group onto the K-POP radar.

16. “BBIBBI” – IU

The choreography of “BBIBBI” is also stylized as a free sequence, and its charm is especially enhanced when the lovely IU dances it!

17. “Gashina” – Sunmi

Sunmi’s “Gashina” features simple hand choreography, complete with sophisticated neck and waist movements.

18. “Wannabe” – ITZY

ITZY always had vibrant choreography, but the choreography of “Wannabe” went viral with member Ryujin’s “Shoulder Dance”, which made the moves addictive to watch and follow.

19. “Up and Down” – EXID

EXID’s “Up & Down” choreography offers more mature and sexy moves that are easy to learn.

20. “Gangnam Style” – PSY

The song that conquered the world. The “Gangnam Style” choreography, coupled with PSY’s energetic show, will forever be remembered by the general public, not just K-pop fans. Gangnam Style music and choreography made 2012 an unforgettable year.

If you know of any other K-pop choreographies that have made their mark but are not included in the list, feel free to leave a comment below!

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Written by Riely Miller


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