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YG Turns Into a Cameraman? Reveals Video Taken of 2NE1's Dance Practice

By Staff Writer | July 11, 2012 06:06 AM EDT

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YG revealed a video of 2NE1 practicing the dance to their song 'I Love U'. (Photo : 2ne1)

YG revealed a video of 2NE1 practicing the dance to their song "I Love U."

The revealed video is from the practice room of YG office building, filmed by Yang Hyun Suk (YG) himself. YG had posted a video of 2NE1 practicing "I'm the Best" choreo last year as well.

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In the video, 2NE1 is practicing the dance for "I Love U," and their sexy dance using a scarf is eye-catching. It has been told that YG filmed the dance video for the fans all around the world who want to learn the dance of "I Love U."

YG Entertainment said, "YG was known as one of the best dancers even before working as Su Taeji and the Kids, so he was able to capture the dance moves very well with his camera work. He felt bad not being able to give 2NE1 much attention and care before the comeback, so he wanted to pay them back with the video filming".


Photo Credits: YG Entertainment Blog Video Capture

Tagged :  2NE1, I Love You

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