Even the followers needed to see Kim Go Eun dance to her bestie Rosé’s track.
Back in October, Kim Go Eun went viral after her fanmeeting in Seoul, which was attended by enormous stars and followers who adore the actress.
During the present, she gained reward for her cowl of NewJeans‘ “Hype Boy.”
In a recent vlog posted by Kim Go Eun’s firm, they confirmed the actress training the dance. Of course, despite the fact that she claimed to have struggled as she hadn’t performed cardio in a very long time, the actress seemed flawless.
Yet, it looks like NewJeans’ track wasn’t the one possibility that Kim Go Eun. Along with the the explanation why she picked “Attention,” she additionally shared that an alternative choice was a track by fellow woman group BLACKPINK.
Of course, the hyperlinks between Kim Go Eun and BLACKPINK is actually robust, particularly as she is besties with Rosé.
Kim Go Eun and Rosé met on the JTBC selection present Sea of Hope, the place that they had among the most healthful interactions.
Even after the present ended, they confirmed off their superb friendship with followers on social media.
Well, it looks like not even their shut friendship may make Kim Go Eun carry out the group’s track. During the video, the actress defined that many followers had even really useful that she dance to BLACKPINK’s monitor “PINK VENOM.”
Of course, the track was no joke after it was launched and gained consideration for its distinctive idea, the members’ visuals, and naturally, the choreography.
Despite Kim Go Eun’s friendship with Rosé, the actress had a really relatable motive why she didn’t select it ultimately.
I used to be watching the video of the track however I bought goosebumps when I imagined myself doing the dance.
— Kim Go Eun
Of course, Kim Go Eun shined with the “Hype Boy” cowl, however hopefully, after they each reunite, Rosé can train her bestie the choreography and so they can do the dance collectively.
You can learn extra about her viral efficiency beneath.
“Little Women” Kim Go Eun Slays The Dance To NewJeans’ “Hype Boy”