10 Iconic Ending Poses in K-Pop
Having a awesome ending pose is a very important part of K-pop choreography as it is the exclamation point at the end of the performance.
Many songs tend to end with the members standing in a line, so it is always amazing to see something creative and memorable.
Check out some of our favorite ending poses to K-pop songs.
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Super Junior – “Sorry Sorry” (large gif, give it a few seconds to load.)
With so many members, it looked nice to see them pop up in pairs before going back down.
miss A – “Breathe”
After comically getting into a fight with one another, all the members hit the floor and have trouble breathing.
VIXX – “Error” (large gif, give it a few seconds to load.)
All the members dramatically “unplug” and shut down.
Their starting formation also looks pretty cool.
SHINee – “Lucifer”
Following the epic choreography of “Lucifer,” the simple act of pointing up and down looked badass.
Kara – “Mister”
Just flexing after their iconic butt dance.
PSY – “Gangnam Style”
As the most watched video on YouTube, this is definitely a memorable one.
EXO – “Wolf”
You can’t deny how awesome this choreography is and how it sticks to the theme.
After two members dive through the “tunnel,” the rest of the members fan out into a variety of aggressive poses.
2PM – “Heartbeat” (YouTube video)
It is really fun to watch the progression of this ending since they seemed to change it each time.
After finishing their “pyramid” formation, one member usually got their heart ripped out by another. It would go on to have numerous reversals, keeping fans guessing on who would be “dying” at the end.
BAP – “Warrior” (YouTube video)
Like the previous entry, this song also has a variety of endings to the performance and has someone getting “shot in the head” each time.
Girls’ Generation – “Tell Me Your Wish”
It was difficult at to choose between “Tell Me Your Wish” and “Gee,” but the military salute put it over the top. Their collective arm motions before the end is also quite hypnotic.
Do you have a favorite K-Pop ending pose that wasn’t included in this list? Let us know in the comments below!