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6 Female Idols Who Can Dance Just as Well as the Boys


/ 12 Jun, 2018

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As the saying goes, 'Anything you can do, I can do better.'

People often give female idols hate for not being able to dance because of their seemingly simple choreography. However, these idols prove those haters wrong. These female idols prove that they can dance just as well as, if not better than, the boys they are always compared to. Check out our list of 6 female idols who kill boy group dances with their talent!

Red Velvet's Seulgi  

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Even though the other members of Red Velvet definitely have a general idea of how boy group dances go, Seulgi is the one who knows all of the steps and moves!  

Weki Meki's Yoojung  

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Yoojung has proved she is a powerful dancer before, but in boy group dances, no one can compare to her skills!  


TWICE's Momo  

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Are Momo is another dancer who has received a lot of praise for her skills. The fact that she is talented at both girl group and boy group dances leaves us in awe.   

gugudan's Hyeyeon  


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On reality show 'Weekly Idol,' Hyeyeon shocked everyone with how good she was at boy group dances. She was so talented, the MCs even asked the other members to sit down to give Hyeyeon a solo stage!  



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Lisa's already powerful and skillful dancing combined with her knowledge of some boy group moves leads to the perfect dance cover.  

OH MY GIRL's Mimi  


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OH MY GIRL members Mimi and Jiho are often the only members who know boy group dances, but fans especially love to see Mimi use her skillful and confident moves!  

Source: [Youtube] korea ent, WatchKpop, friday, Mika P Sone, Roxy G

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