kkap dance

Seventeen Reaction To Their S/O Doing The PPAP Dance

anon requested:  seventeen react to their gf doing kkap dance X’D

(im assuming this is meant to be the ppap dance?)


Originally posted by honeybabyluv

*starts doing it with you*


Originally posted by japanaesi

*just watches*


Originally posted by diamondandl

*makes it a competition*


Originally posted by 00-05-18

*judging silently in his head*


Originally posted by camera-seventeen

“I bet I can do it better than you!”


Originally posted by wonghan

*happily starts doing it with you*


Originally posted by ohmysoups

*runs for his life bc why are you doing that*


Originally posted by 9717km

“You know me so well~” *joins you*


Originally posted by japanaesi

*isnt sure if he wants to join or judge you from the sides*


Originally posted by imemegines

*judges hardcore internally as well as externally*


Originally posted by 17diamondcarats

*speechless for once*


Originally posted by sneezes

“…I don’t know you*


Originally posted by theresakk1889

*Does it with you shyly*

To summarize today's B.A.P's Private Life
  • Yongguk: Showed his hidden talent of singing trot & he ate little again ㅠㅠ
  • Himchan: Trolled Jongup & spent some quality time with his bestie - his fan.
  • Daehyun: Ate his chicken whenever he had chance, exposed himself going to Game Center often becoz he's so good at the dancing game.
  • Youngjae: Being cray cray for 90% of the time, the remaining 10% calm moment was he had no idea about girl group songs.
  • Jongup: Genuinely feeling happy when he thought he won the selca pollㅠㅠ Being disturbed by Daehyun that he couldn't eat his chicken properly.
  • Zelo: Used to freestyle dancing so he didn't do well in the game, reinstated his main dancer position by his amazing Kkap dance.

The Kkap version of Boom Boom Pow.

disclaimer : do not watch if you have a weak heart =P

VIXX Makes “Fantasia” Come Alive in Manila
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Rising K-Pop sensation VIXX brought its best game to Starlights in the Philippines for the one-night only “Live Fantasia in Manila Utopia” concert. The concert is made more special because it was VIXX’s first time in the country.

The cheers came a mile a minute with the fast-moving performances of the evening, echoing the very enthusiastic welcome from the Filipino fans at their open press conference a day earlier.

VIXX opened the two-hour show, the first ever live performance for the Philippines with an energetic set, including “On and On” and “Voodoo Doll.” The fans’ fever pitch, however, went up a notch when when N, Ravi, Leo, Hongbin, Hyuk, and Ken introduced themselves in Filipino.

Hyuk received a wave of cheers when he said, “Ako ang bunso” (“I am the youngest”) to refer to himself. The members also revealed that they loved the fruits in the Philippines, especially Hongbin.

“I love fruits, most of all mangoes,” Hongbin said.

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In between group performances, each member came out with his own showcase performance.

Ken displayed his vocal prowess through a cover of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” The crowd screamed as he dipped his mic stand. Hyuk in his gentlemanly white suit sat down at the piano for his rendition of “Call You Mine,” a smooth, jazzy track by Jeff Bernat. Cheers erupted when Hyuk punctuated his slow number with a dance break.

Ravi’s turn was a fierce rap performance of “Ghost,” against a backdrop of gold skulls.

A powerful dance put the spotlight on Hongbin, while N wowed the crowd with an entire dance sequence performed blindfolded.

More than VIXX’s string of hits and beloved songs performed live, what made the night even more special for the Filipino Starlights were the snippets of interaction filled with sincerity and humor.

“Are you excited?” Ravi revved the crowd. At the enthusiastic response, he and the rest of VIXX introduced “exercises.” Other members called on Hyuk first to show off his “exercise,” which turned out to be a kkab dance to a few bars of “Bang Bang.”

When VIXX asked the Mall of Asia Arena audience who they wanted to see next, Leo’s name echoed throughout. He, undoubtedly one of the most popular members among the Philippines’ Starlights, did a catwalk to “Uptown Funk,” only to end it with peace signs. His funny antics elicited a laugh and more calls from the fans to do it again. There was a collective gasp and a loud applause when he did roundhouse kicks in the air.

Another favorite was then revealed by the crowd, Hongbin. He set hearts aflutter with his sexy, Michael Jackson-like moves.

It seemed like VIXX only intended for the “exercise session” to end with three members but the crowd called for N next, who showcased his lean, graceful body in a chair-dance. Buoyed by insistent cheers, Ravi came on with sultry moves, pulling down his jacket with his back to the audience then suddenly turning around with a flower pose.

The crowd would not stop cheering until Ken did his own “exercise.” Staying true to his main vocalist role in the group, he scatted and sang adlib verses, bringing the fans to applause and cheers.

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After an encore of Hyuk’s kkap dance, leader N smoothly slipped the crowd into a more sentimental mood. He introduced their “song for the Starlights,” before asking the venue to turn down the house lights for the light sticks to glow.

N’s message, “Please be shining lights next to us always” kicked off a sweet performance of “Love Letter for You.”

The “Last Song of VIXX,” marked with a countdown was “Error,” with VIXX holding the end pose until the lights went out.

The fans knew that there it was not really the end, and they cheered and kept up the excitement until VIXX came out for the encore.

“This is the best show ever, but it’s time to say goodbye,” VIXX said. Each member individually thanked the Starlights for the love and support, and expressed his intention to keep working hard to repay the devotion with better music and performances.

The Philippines would not let them go without a promise to be back, of course, which was why N spoke on behalf of the group. “We will do our best to come back to the Philippines. We promise to be back.”

The final song was “G.R.8.U,” with VIXX inviting everyone to sing along. Respectful bows and affectionate waves were exchanged until the cheers and a white confetti shower sent the members, walking away one by one, off the stage. Ken is the last one off the stage giving everyone a big virtual hug.

VIXX and the Filipino Starlights had made a singular memory with the first and thus far, only “Live Fantasia in Manila Utopia.”

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Source: Soompi