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Liam Neeson tries his hand at TWICE's 'sha sha sha' move!

By jennywill   Saturday, July 16, 2016   102,746   10,316   40



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Hollywood actor Liam Neeson did his own version of TWICE's famous 'sha sha sha' move!

He was interviewed by Wonder Girls' Lim on 'Entertainment Relay' for his role in the Korean movie 'Operation Chromite'. He talked about eating Korean food, acting in a Korean film, his role in 'Taken', and more.

Most surprisingly, Liam Neeson did his own version of TWICE's 'sha sha sha' move when prompted by Lim. The 'sha sha sha' is at 3:53 below, so make sure to check it out!

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Etzel Monday, July 18, 2016

are you fucking kidding me

riae158 Sunday, July 17, 2016

That was the cutest thing I've seen in a while.

nami_chan Sunday, July 17, 2016

Lol sha sha sha !

WonderSara Sunday, July 17, 2016

OMG! I love Liam Neeson <3 and now this interview! Lim so beautiful <3

alicehalf Sunday, July 17, 2016

Aegyo in Korea is to make you friendly, acting dorky. Cute/aegyo/kawaii asian culture is nonexistent in western culture, I can't pick something equivalent to aegyo in western culture... Koreans do that to be friendly, and break the "diva/cold/celebrity" image. I understand this behaviour from koreans because humility is fundamental in East-Asia but is nonexistent in Western culture where you are afraid to look weak and childish.

searchme alicehalf Sunday, July 17, 2016

Usually the system in Hollywood makes people greatful from the jump.

alicehalf searchme Sunday, July 17, 2016

I don't understand what you're trying to say to me. Hollywood is a bad exemple of humility, I live in France and we have a bad image of this industry who is known for racism and sexism, and where each film shows how americans own the entire world and are the only one who can save the world (it's pretty ridiculous...). Humility is a fundamental value in Asia because they always avoid confrontation, this is their way to show their pacifism. But the balance of power, confrontation, individualism are fundamental values in Western culture : they represent two different visions. These two vision have also a lot of difficult to understand each other. This is why the Hollywood stars are often less popular in Asian countries than their national asian stars. these are just generalities between Western and East Asian countries. I know how americans are different to french as chinese are different to japanese too. Most of these values comes from religions, I think I don't have to tell you that Christianism and their Crusades are different to Buddhism and their principle of non-violence non-confrontation.

searchme alicehalf Sunday, July 17, 2016

I'm talking about the actors not the content.

linke92 Sunday, July 17, 2016

Well that was weird lol

sototallyrandom Sunday, July 17, 2016

"Can I teach you to say something in Korean for the success of this film..?" then "sha sha sha" like huh wut I don't get that XD I thought Lim was gonna say "Hwaiting~!" or something hahaha

navi_x_loki Sunday, July 17, 2016

Shes good with english ^^

Tainantiger navi_x_loki Sunday, July 17, 2016

She went to an English school in Hong Kong. She speaks Korean, English Cantonese ans Mandarin. The girl is amazing......

hiroonakamura Sunday, July 17, 2016

his son is a kpop fan?

Bule_Ciel Sunday, July 17, 2016

So Cute XD

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