1. Random Dance Challenge in Cambodia
Take a trip around the world and watch some K-Pop super fans (and super dancers!) take their stab at an epic random dance challenge in public! The video features plenty of dancers of different ages and seriously garners a huge audience around them.
2. Dally Dance Cover
Hyorin's "Dally" is all about being sensual and smooth, so you could guess our surprise when we saw this video of BKAV DanceTeam taking to the streets of Vietnam for this video. The girls absolutely destroyed Hyorin's choreography and ought to offer up their services as backup dancers!
3. Fake Love IRL
BTS "Fake Love" is a hit in tons of countries, but QPark has taken public K-Pop challenges to the next step by dramatically SCREAMING the lyrics at the top of his lungs in public. His jaw-dropping antics make for some seriously entertaining content. No "Fake Love" for QPark!
4. Dancing to K-Pop in Public
Another hilarious K-Pop dance challenge, charissahoo really had no shame running out into the open and busting a move! In particular, her video editing surprised us with lots of laughter and gut-busting smiles. What's special about this video is the fact that she chooses to do all her dances alone rather than on a team.
5. DNA Meme Version
SoNE1 bridges the gap between hilarious and ridiculously talented. When the UC Davis-based group is giving it their all, they bring a lot of awesome dancing to the table, but they also love to joke around and have fun by recording 'meme' versions of their dance covers!
6. Bad Boy in Australia
Right smack in front of the Sydney Opera House was where P4pero Dance chose to stage their public challenge! With "Bad Boy" by Red Velvet as their song of choice, they rocked the performance and even got a number of people to stop and watch. We also have to say, the girls are quite stylish!
7. Baseline (Original Choreo!)
Instead of opting for a dance that already existed, KEYME chose to take J-Hope's "Baseline" and create an entire number for the track. Even more so, the group took to the streets to perform and record an epic video that garnered a huge amount of people. If KEYME sang, we'd think they were the next hottest K-Pop group to debut!
8. Wanna One in the Rain
Instead of filming on a nice sunny day with greet lighting, M.S. Crew chose to film in the rain! Based out of Vietnam, these dancers are ultra talented and we're amazed at their ability to break their moves down so quick without so much as a slip on the wet ground!