10 Amazing K-Pop Dance Covers
One component that's quintessential to any good K-pop MV is a great dance routine, which dancers from around the world copy left and right on Youtube. Here are some of our favourites...get dancing!
GRV & Jun Sung Ahn - Good Luck
This cover will deliver in the dance and music departments as Youtube violinist/dancer Jun Sung Ahn joins the boys from GRV for a super clean rendition of B2ST's Good Luck.
Nyx (+2) - Overdose
These girls can throw down just as hard as the boys, and this cover of EXO's Overdose proves it. With two new additions to the Nyx trio, this is a dance that you will remember.
LOKY - Spy
This next group from Mexico don't just "cover" dances, they completely transform them into a new MV, complete with a plot, special effects and costumes. Their version of SuJu's Spy is simply suave.
Black Queen - 24 Hours
These ladies know how to work it and work it they do in their cover of Sunmi's 24 Hours. This is the best version of the dance that we've seen on Youtube so far.
Def Dance School - Growl
An admiral effort by the boys from Def Dance School on their dance cover of EXO's Growl. Considering how smooth and cool the original was, these guys did the piece justice.
St.319 - One Shot
Hailing from Hanoi, Vietnam, these are the K-pop dance cover maestros. Any BAP dance is already both physically & technically challenging, but these guys make it look easy.
St.319 - Trap
Ok, these guys are so awesome that we had to include them twice. Their cover of Henry's Trap is just as good as the original from a dance perspective. Bonus points for a MV-like production.
K-Tigers - Ringa Linga (Taekwondo Version)
More than the dance itself, K-Tiger's Ringa Linga (Taeyang) cover is amazing because of the Taekwondo influenced moves that's woven into the dance. Death-defying flips & tricks instantly up the game.
K-Tigers - Boy In Luv
Don't be thrown off by the uniforms, these guys mean serious business when they dance. Altogether, another great cover from K-Tiger featuring the jaw dropping Taekwondo moves we know them for.
Waveya - Ringa Linga
This may be the second feature of the same dance on this list, but Waveya's cover has a completely different feel than K-Tigers'; no editing or flashy moves/tricks to distract from the girls' dancing.