T-ara's "Roly Poly" choreography based on comedian Song Eun Ee's dance moves
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T-ara's popular choreography for "Roly Poly" has been revealed to have been inspired by comedian Song Eun Ee.
On the April 12th broadcast of MBC Every1's 'Infinity Girls', the cast members worked on Korean classical songs as well as a dance by T-ara for the special "Make Our Songs Known" episode.
While the members were practicing, the choreographer, who has a long history with Song Eun Ee, revealed, "The dance to 'Roly Poly' is based off of Song Eun Ee. Song Eun Ee and Lee Hwi Jae came to practice disco at the studio years ago, and I adapted [the 'Roly Poly' choreography] from her dance moves."
Even Song Eun Ee was surprised by the revelation as she asked with disbelief, "I gave you inspiration?" causing the cast to laugh.
On the same episode, comedian and 'Infinity Girls' cast member Kim Shin Young made a phone call to KARA's Goo Hara to prove that she did have a close relationship with a number of idols. Hara confirmed, "Unni and I are very close."
However, when she thought the phone call was no longer being recorded, Hara had a cute complaint for Kim Shin Young. She asked, "Why are you calling me?"
The seven members of 'Infinity Girls' worked very hard to show people the beautiful music of Korea ranging from Korean classical to K-pop. This episode was aired on April 12th at 6:00PM KST.
Source: TV Report via Naver
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