“Dancing High” Coaches Reveal Ratings Promises For Show
August 27, Jung Hyung Don and the five dance coaches of KBS’s “Dancing High,” a teen dance battle program, revealed their ratings promises for the show on a V Live broadcast.
WINNER’s Lee Seung Hoon said, “Humbly, someone is saying 3 percent,” to which Jung Hyung Don responded, “If it’s 3 percent in this time slot, that’s an automatic promotion for the producing director.” Jung Hyung Don said, “If we get 3 percent, I’ll buy two full chickens for not only each member of the entire staff, but also everyone on the show.”
Saying 3 percent was too low, Hoya put the target viewership ratings at 5 percent, and said, “Through a raffle, I’ll give someone a signed album and one of my prized possessions.”
Lee Seung Hoon, with a target of 3 percent, said he would bring the coaches out to dance in the streets of Hongdae, although the coaches did not readily agree.
Lia Kim said she would give out 10 free one-month passes to classes at 1Million Dance Studio, and Just Jerk’s Young-J and J-Ho said, “If we get over 3 percent, we’ll give out Just Jerk T-shirts to 20 people, and if we get over 5 percent, we’ll do a showcase on the streets of Hongdae.”
Hoya also added onto his promise: “If we get over 5 percent, I’ll go take class at the 1Million and Just Jerk studios.”
Closing, Jung Hyung Don said, “Lee Gi Kwang is currently in rehearsal, so we’ll get his ratings promise and make a separate announcement to everyone.”
“Dancing High” airs on September 7 at 11 p.m. on KBS.