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Netizens call for disciplinary action for the soldier dancing to TWICE

By jubilantj   Wednesday, June 29, 2016   112,493   780   176



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Do you recall the soldier who danced with so much sass to TWICE's "Cheer Up" at the the SK Wyverns vs. LG Twins baseball game this past June 22?

SEE ALSO: A soldier perfects TWICE's 'Cheer Up' choreography at SK Wyverns game

Though many enjoyed his enthusiastic and energetic cover of TWICE, a few people voiced their concern that his behavior "sullied the integrity of the ROK Army," and even submitted a civil complaint to penalize him with "disciplinary action." 

A majority of people who found out about the complaint were affronted, commenting that the soldier was simply having fun. They wrote, "So a soldier can't relieve his stress? Did he rape someone? Steal? Assault?" "The ROK Army is an army that trains hard like they're actually at war and also plays hard. I think it's total nonsense that he needs disciplinary action," "Quickly! Enlist the human who submitted the complaint!" "They say that this guy 'sullied the integrity of the army' and that he needs disciplinary action so I guess he needs to be discharged now since he ruined the army's reputation," and many more which seemed to point to the opinion that the guy did nothing wrong. 

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onedelacruise Friday, July 1, 2016

Stupid people are stupid.He also did a great job dancing! We should give props to the guy!

cococcchanel Friday, July 1, 2016

Word hard, play hard - that guy deserves to have some fun! More fun, less hate, people!

cococcchanel Friday, July 1, 2016

Work hard, was what I meant, of course 😂

shineesylvia Friday, July 1, 2016

"Quickly! Enlist the human who submitted the complaint!"  i agree with this!

onedelacruise shineesylvia Friday, July 1, 2016

I actually don't agree with this. I just want to voice out my opinion, and I have no intention of arguing. Saying this sounds like enlisting is a punishment? I don't think that it is.

shineesylvia onedelacruise Saturday, July 2, 2016

i didnt actually mean it, i was joking lol

kpoper4life Friday, July 1, 2016

Is there a law that's says "it's wrong for soldiers to dance" honestly wtf

xxsuper_girlxx Thursday, June 30, 2016

poor thing just wanted to have a good time and he must be feeling attacked rn

Tzuyu_4yu Thursday, June 30, 2016

Netizens. I hate them. They always have to take things to the next level don't they. Maybe if they were there they would probably do that too. Hypocrites much

Cherry_Peche Thursday, June 30, 2016

He's worked and trained so hard, why can't he play as hard and have some fun?

KrystaL_JunG_24 Thursday, June 30, 2016


shikey Thursday, June 30, 2016

i think it depend if he acted as a crazy fans and suddendly runned on the stage and danced is wrongbut if he was there and was asked to dance then is okey

lovelynnnnnn Thursday, June 30, 2016

Lol whut? Seriously? Because he danced with enthusiasm he has shamed the army all of a sudden? People be complaining about nothing! ffs the guy was enjoying himself... it does not mean he slacks off during training. Soldiers need a day to release the tiredness out of their bodies and if by means dancing, sassily and energetically go for it. This guy doesn't deserve any penalty at all. He be chillin' for a moment and then getting back to training as soon as it all ends.

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