These idols are not only amazing dancers that fire up the stage; they are also outstanding choreographers. Keep on reading to see who they are!
1. SEVENTEEN Performance Unit
SEVENTEEN is famous for being a "Producing-dol," as all the members significantly contribute to their creative process. The group's Performance Unit (Hoshi, Jun, The8, and Dino) are no different. Hoshi, the Performance Unit's leader, is known for supplementing, adjusting, and teaching the members the choreographies for their songs. The other three members of the group help Hoshi by contributing ideas. In addition, they also choreograph most of their solo projects.
Chungha is known for choreographing most of her dances as a soloist. She first showed off her ability to create dances on "Produce 101 Season 1" when she choreographed the dance for their "Bang Bang" stage. The performance is still considered one of the best stages from the "Produce" series.
3. Stray Kids Lee Know, Hyunjin, and Felix
Main dancer Lee Known is one of the group's most prominent choreographers and had previously helped form the dance for Stray Kids' pre-debut single, "Hellevator." He also personally choreographed his own "SKZ-Player."
Hyunjin, on the other hand, choreographed his own dance to Billie Eilish's song "When The Party's Over."
Felix showed off his ability to choreograph by helping choreography Lee Know, Hyunjin, and his "SKZ-Player."
4. Dreamcatcher SuA
SuA choreographed the dance for one of Dreamcatcher's b-sidetracks, "Red Sun." The company shared a special clip of the girls performing the dance on their YouTube channel. Additionally, SuA is known for her numerous dance covers, which she usually choreographs herself.
5. ASTRO Rocky
Not only is Rocky the main dancer of ASTRO, but he has also helped choreographed some of the group's performances, such as "Fireworks" and "Morning Call." In addition, the male idol has also shared numerous dance videos of himself to ASTRO's YouTube channels, where he showed his individual talents and excellent choreography skills.
6. CLC Seungyeon
Back in 2019 and 2020, Seungyeon of CLC would share monthly choreography videos. The idol would tackle different genres and dance styles, showing her ability to choreograph and her versatility. Seungyeon is known as one of the best dances among third-generation female idols.
7. WayV Ten and Winwin
Winwin and Ten worked together to choreograph their dance to Billie Eilish and Khalid's "Lovely" as part of WayV's "Rainbow V" project. The video received overwhelmingly positive feedback, with people complimenting how their choreography showcased Ten and Winwin's dance styles.
8. TWICE Dahyun and Momo
While Dahyun is known as TWICE's rapper, the idol actually helped choreograph several TWICE dances, such as "Touchdown" and "Jelly Jelly." Dahyun's choreographies are always exciting and fresh, which suits TWICE well.
Momo, on the other hand, contributed to the choreography of "LIKEY." The idol also shares videos of her original dances on social media.
9. BTS Jungkook, J-Hope, and Jimin
The dance-line of BTS — J-Hope and Jimin — are known for being very in touch with the group's choreography-making process and have contributed many ideas and iconic dance moves to the group. Notably, J-Hope has helped choreograph numerous songs, such as "FIRE" and "FAKE LOVE."
Besides that, the group's maknae, Jungkook, has also made significant contributions to the choreography of "My Time," his solo song from "Map of the Soul: 7."
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Written by Alexa Lewis