After School Follows Trendy "Panorama Dance"
By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 01:42 PM EDT
After School's "panorama dance" is turning heads.
On June 21, After School made their comeback with their fifth maxi single, Flashback. Although it has been a year since their last performance, their continual change in members hasn't failed to show different and unique charisma combined on stage.
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Their best dances may be when they all perform uniformly together, but, After School's recent "panorama dance" specifically highlights each member's unique style.
This method of shining the light on each member through the "panorama dance" has also been seen in groups like SHINee andf(x). SHINee's was done through their hit song, "Sherlock" while f(x) included it in their song, "Jet."
After School's "panorama dance" had a slight twist in that each member walked across stage in a runway fashion. This raised the bar beyond what was seen through SHINee's and f(x)'s performances in individualizing each member.
After School's new song, "Flashback," choreographed by famous U.S. choreographer Kyle Hanagami, seems to keep expectations high. Audiences anticipate the next group after After School that will incorporate the "panorama dance."
After recruiting their fifth member, Kaeun, After School has shown only successful comeback stages through their song, "Flashback."
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