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Seventeen awe with an ultra-synchronized dancing to 'Very Nice' even without music

By jennywill   Saturday, July 16, 2016   77,817   13,651   47

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Seventeen awed with their amazing dance skills!

A video of them performing "Very Nice" at Mcountdown Facebook Live has been uploaded onto YouTube. The boys request the writer to turn the music off after the first few seconds, and they perform the choreography to the song perfectly on sync with each other even though they have no music to synchronize it to!

The boys are rightly awed with themselves after they're done with the choreography. Check out the video above and be amazed!

Tip: Caroline Nguyen

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  2. Very Nice


biscuitsandmilk Sunday, July 17, 2016

I heard somebody giggling through the entire video.

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THINK_LOGICALLY biscuitsandmilk Tuesday, July 19, 2016

sounds like Minghao hahaha

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biscuitsandmilk THINK_LOGICALLY Tuesday, July 19, 2016

No idea. I'm really shit at things like that. I only recognise a handful of idol by their laugh.

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Hun_Han Sunday, July 17, 2016

My talented boys <3 it makes me laugh how some people in the comments below find any excuse to critisize them even when they know there's nothing to critisize. This is very hard to do in SYNCHRONIZATION without music, and yet they did it flawlessly

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Hun_Han Sunday, July 17, 2016

Okay i read the comments and there's not much criticism as i thought, phew. I thought i saw more before

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Chelelelalu Sunday, July 17, 2016

Me: /places phone into hater's hands with this video playing, turns around, flips hair, then cat walk my way out/Me: /eventually comes back to get phone back/

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