‘The Evolution of K-Pop’ portrayed through a dance

The Evolution of K-Pop

One of the best parts of K-Pop music is dancing to the choreography.

A group of Korean students from Wheaton College illustrated the evolution of K-Pop by performing hit K-Pop dances from the past years, spanning two decades (1994-2015).

Portraying some of the most popular choreographies included:

KGM‘s “Wrongful Meeting” (1994), H.O.T‘s “Candy” (1996), Wonder Girls “Tell Me” (2007), Brown Eyed Girls “Abracadabra” (2009), Girls’ Generation‘s “Gee” (2009), Super Junior‘s “Sorry Sorry” (2009), 2NE1‘s “I Am The Best” (2011), Psy‘s “Gangnam Style” (2012), BIGBANG‘s “Fantastic Baby” (2012), Crayon Pop‘s “Bar Bar Bar” (2013), Orange Caramel‘s “Catallena” (2014), 2PM‘s “Go Crazy” (2014) and rookie duo Akdong Musician‘s “200%,” (2014).

Check it out below.

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