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Do IOI succeed at dancing twice as fast to 'Whatta Man'?

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The lovely girls of IOI were guests on the August 31 episode of 'Weekly Idol,' on which they took on the twice sped up dance challenge with their latest hit single "Whatta Man." 

Naturally, the MCs were concerned about Kim So Hye, the member who is known to dance with two left feet. However, the other members assured the MCs, saying, "So Hye really tried her best." 


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It turns out that So Hye's hard work really paid off! The MCs were all thoroughly surprised at the perfect synchronization showcased by IOI, including So Hye. Though she stumbled a bit at first, So Hye quickly matched up with the rest of the members, completing the sped up version of "Whatta Man" like a true pro. 


Great work, ladies! 





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    hiroonakamura 25 days ago

    isnt it time to scrap the whole "dancing at twice the speed" already? EVERYONE who has tried it has done it easily. It's not a difficult thing to do really and it's been done a few times too many by now

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    lvpool86 25 days ago

    i'm not hating. can someone tell me why Sohye get to be in the group? i saw others who i think are more talented than her. Is it because she won viewers' hearts with her diligence or something

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    beyondordinary 25 days ago

    sohye did pretty well considering her lack of training, she obviously felt quite rushed but she did well in finding her spot and keeping up

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