SM Entertainment‘s concert tour SMTOWN LIVE 2022 continues to deliver iconic moments between its artists—many of them with aespa! NingNing had fans amused once again during the final bow in Tokyo.
At SMTOWN LIVE 2022 : SMCU EXPRESS @ TOKYO, aespa’s NingNing shared an unexpectedly funny moment with Super Junior‘s Shindong.
Typically, artists tend to hold hands as they take a bow at the end of the performance. So far, the members of aespa (and NingNing in particular) have made small, though hilarious, mistakes during the final bow—always adorably failing to calculate how long the bow should be.
ningning im crying 😭 pic.twitter.com/t673X53tpi
— ًً (@thatshotg) August 27, 2022
Karina and Giselle also had an adorably awkward moment with Girls‘ Generation‘s Taeyeon; unsure whether to take her hand without her permission, the aespa members had a brief moment of awkward hesitation before Taeyeon took their hands herself.
giselle and karina's shy hands reaching out to their taeyeon unnie 😭 pic.twitter.com/NjFhxRfp3W
— c (@soshirevelae) August 21, 2022
This time, they finally had that figured out. They bowed for the appropriate length of time…but instead of holding hands, NingNing and Shindong got creative. As they bowed down along with the other artists, netizens pointed out that it looked as if they were hilariously playing “rock, paper, scissors.”
Winter seemed to tentatively join in at the end, and both she and NingNing came back up laughing.
If there’s one thing that fans can always expect from NingNing, it’s unexpected fun moments! She shared a similar moment with NCT‘s Kun, whom she is friends with.
ningning hitting kun jokingly for not holding her hand 😭 we love c-line interactions pic.twitter.com/7RVBZOWQ3r
— ningning pics (@ningningpics) August 29, 2022
Though when Shindong is involved, things always get that much more fun!
Watch the full clip of the two of them on the link below.
I just saw Ningning not holding hands with Shindong but started to play rock paper scissors instead lol so cute 😆 pic.twitter.com/PZ7SBOUdq9
— irene (@_aescalade) August 29, 2022