'They are not sexy but pathetic': Comedian slams new Kpop dance styles

28 February 2014 / 2 years 7 months ago

JTBC's 'Ssul Jeon' again discussed the recent sexy craze among girl groups on February 27.  

They talked about the three prohibitions regarding the sexy dances, "Don't lie down," "Don't touch yourself," and, "Don't unzip your clothes."

The first one referred to Girl's Day's "Something" when they dance on the floor, second one to Dal Shabet's "B.B.B" when they press their hand to their chest, and the third one to AOA's "Miniskirt" when they unzip their skirts. 

According to allkpop, Kim Gu Ra said, "Because they are so young, they seem like they're just imitating the sexy concept.  Rather than sexy, it's a little pathetic."

In relation to Dal Shabet's dance, he said, "I thought they were checking themselves for breast tumors.  I was so shocked because they were touching themselves too much."

Choi Hee brought up the fact that the producers and writers would go in and check the girls' outfits before they went up on stage to make sure they were properly covered. They would check that their underwear would not flash and more.  

They also talked about Stellar's "Marionette" MV which was known for being especially provocative.  The men said they could not remember the song at all because of the MV.  

Addressing the whole sexy business, Heo Ji Woong said, "As Kang Yong Suk said, you can't help but laugh.  When an ordinary man is watching this, he is not excited by it but rather laughs at it."

He said it seemed like they were unable to effectively make the public remember the song, which was the foundation of any singer.

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