no clue what the theme of this is tbh


“A true plague of a girl. And yet a queen in every sense of the word.”
― Renee Ahdieh

thank you to the gorgeous people who tagged me, @junhwon and @swimmingfool 

tbh i have no clue what is even going on in this photo set alskjdfa;g but i never have my life under control so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ oh and i got my screenshots of soonyoung from this adorable video

i’ll be tagging @wooziology  @choco-seventeen @je0nghans @wydhao @1aju @vitaminniedk @thesoonyoungs @verhoons @seokshuas @soon-shine @kwoshi @ckihyun and anyone else who wants to do it bc y’all are beautiful but of course you don’t have to do this


A video posted by 류소희 aka.SsoHit (@ssohit) on Mar 21, 2016 at 12:33pm PDT

Okay, so this is Ryu Sohee a.k.a  Ssohit on instagram. She is a SM dancer and choreographer and has choreographed/danced for various artist under SM. I seen her pop up here and there through out late last year but only discovered her instagram account shortly after the Seoul Dimension 4 concerts, from there pretty much learned about who she is and what she does.Getting down to business and the point of this post, I found these videos of her dancing Rainbow & Boom Bang Boom on her instagram, with other small clues, discovered she’s indeed the choreographer! Which makes her my hero! 

Sticking to the theme of the blog, these videos actually changed my perspective a little bit on the performance during the show. More so Rainbow (because the song itself is actually performed) I don’t get that FULL sense of flavor or attitude as I do when I look at Sohee and her partner do it (seriously yall see that sass he is serving!!!) do it, tbh, and Sohee only published this small clip. Although, I don’t need to see Sohee’s full version to know that the only member who kept the vibe and presence of the original (but still making it her own) was Luna. Its just the small little gestures too honestly. The smallest things can make a performance sooo much better when it comes to my personal taste. I don’t think I ever mentioned it, but I think individual members excel in different genres of dance than the rest. Luna rises when it comes to Hip-Hop and power dances, this is just a little example of such. What do you guys think?

P.S also just wanted to share Sohee’s videos cause they’ve been posted for a long ass time and it seemed to have slipped under the radar. Thanks for the choreo Sohee!!