Girls’ Generation Chooses Highlights of “Party” Choreography
On July 8’s episode of “One Night of TV Entertainment,” Girls’ Generation shows a glimpse of the filming of the music video for their new song “Party,” which has achieved an all-kill on Korean music charts, and talk a bit about the summery and upbeat new track.
Girls’ Generation’s songs are usually popular not only for the music itself, but also for their fun dance moves that fans can try to imitate. In the past, highlights in their choreography have included their shooting arrows move in “Hoot,” their slo mo running on the spot in “Run Devil Run,” and their sexy kicks in “Genie.” So the girls are asked which of the steps in “Party” they think are the highlight of the song’s dance.
The first thing the members suggest is the part where they make Mickey Mouse ears with their hands and bop their heads.
They then choose the bit where they pretend to be clinking glasses of lemon soju, and then sing “Tequila for me, a mojito for you.”
Lastly, they pick the section where they point in different directions while singing, “Let’s go to Jeju, California, and Rome” and then do a cute bounce.
“There are a lot of highlight points in the dance, so we’re not sure what part you will like!” says Seohyun.