Most Promiscuous K-Pop Dance Moves Part 1: HyunA, B.A.P, Sistar19
By Staff Writer | August 09, 2013 08:25 AM EDT
Everybody is talking about girl group, Wassup, these days and their twerking teaser video. Who are these girls, why are they doing this, and what is their purpose?Aside from my billions of questions, the twerking in the video made me think of all the memorable sexy/promiscuous dance moves ever danced by our favorite K-pop stars. To honor Korean women twerking in a video with tight spandex pants, today we're listing the top most sexy and suggestive dance moves of all time.
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The dance moves in B.A.P's "No Mercy"are pretty harmless until the chorus comes up and they flip their thumb upside down and slowly lower it down their bodies towards their crotch areas while doing body waves. Then the boys proceed to grab their crotches when singing "no, no, no" more like "yes,yes,yes." It drives BABYz insane, check it out below:
HyunA's "Change" had too many pelvic thrusts to count. She was doing it standing up, half on the floor, and would probably have done it up in the air if they got her swinging from the ceiling. HyunA is the queen of body shaking and here are a couple of reasons why:
Gain's solo dance in "Abracadabra" is one of the sexiest solo moves of all time. And when I say sexy, I mean promiscuous and when I say promiscuous I mean over-the-top-too-much and when I mean over-the-top-too-much, I mean there are little kids watching this stuff.
Sistar19's "Gone Around Not Any Longer" has a sexy bench dance that had al the boys reeling with lust. Swiping their rear ends on a bench ever so slowly? Yup, the boys were screaming.
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