Through the years, boy groups or male idols have gained attention for including female dancers in their choreography, with some of the dances being a bit “spicy.”
Here are six times male idols dropped jaws with sexy choreography featuring female backup dancers!
1. SEVENTEEN — “Fast Pace”
When SEVENTEEN performed “Face Pace” at their Power Of Love concert, fans were surprised by the change in choreography to include dancers. In particular, this moment of Woozi with the dancer sitting on his leg was a hot topic.
2. 2PM — “A.D.T.O.Y”
While 2PM have had many choreographies that included female dancers, “A.D.T.O.Y” is one of the most popular tracks among all K-Pop fans. The very sexy choreography during live performances was already enough to drive fans wild, but a special performance at their 2PM Concert House Party concert featured female dancers.
3. GOT7’s Jackson Wang — “Cruel”
Jackson set the internet on fire when he debuted the sexy choreography featuring a female dancer for his song “Cruel.” The main point of the choreo that seemed to have fans screaming the most is when he uses the female dancer’s body as if it is a guitar.
4. EXO’s Lay in “Shut Up And Dance”
The collaborative song featuring NCT 127, EXO‘s Lay, and Jason Derulo had a message that showed music was a universal language. During one of Lay’s scenes, the lyrics say, “No need for conversation, love your persona” as the EXO member suggestively body rolls with one of the female dancers.
5. WINNER’s Song Mino — “Fiancé”
According to text messages with former YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun Suk, WINNER Song Mino‘s music video for “Fiancé” was banned from airing on Mnet due to the suggestive nature of part of the dance. The song features Mino with a team of only female dancers.
6. G-Dragon — “Breathe”
During G-Dragon‘s Shine A Light concert, the artist sparked controversy when he was accused of “dry humping” a dancer during “Breathe.”
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