Passionate Street Woman Fighter dancers accept the results: The DONG-A ILBO
Forty-seven dancers looked at each other and looked at each other. They seemed to have a war of nerves at first. In the next scene, however, they danced with serious, keen eyes and cheered each other once the battles were over. It was about how well they were dancing, not about a contest of looks. The “Street Woman Fighter” dance competition on Mnet, which kicked off on August 24, was slated to move the spotlight from K-pop artists to dancers. Forty-seven dancers divided into eight teams gain popularity as the show progresses.
There is a narrative at the center of their viral popularity. The dance battle between Honey J of HolyBang and RiHey of CocaNButter is one example. The two had danced together on the same team for seven years before going their separate ways. After the battle, the two dancers who have seen each other for the first time in five years kissed tears in their eyes. âAs many of them have been dancing for a long time, there is a lot of relationship drama and war of nerves between the executives trying to win their teams,â a member of the show’s production team said in a writing. interview with Dong-A Ilbo.
Viewers applaud wildly at a close bond between the officers and crew members, as well as their spirit of fair play. Hook’s frontman Aiki picked up a microphone to congratulate one of his crew who was selected as the worst dancer while other dancers applauded his action. Peanut from La China called for a battle against Lip J from Prowdman who she never won. Even after a loss, she accepted the result. This is why viewers believe in the sincerity of the dancers despite the apparent competitive structure for which Mnet is known.
The unique performance of each crew quenches people’s thirst for the suspended live performance due to COVID-19. âThe fact that dancers share genuine passions for dancing and respect each other after fierce competition and behind the camera seems to take people beyond the question of wins and losses,â a member of the team said. production. âTheir performances also show people how attractive dancing is an art form. “