“Street Dance Girls Fighter” Dancer Nain Had The Best Reaction After Seeing BTS’s Jungkook Cover Her Choreography
As a K-Pop fan, nothing is better than the idea of living your dream and being noticed by your favorite idol, whether it is in person, online, or through a video call.
One person who has been living that dream is Street Dance Girls Fighter dancer Jo Nain after being noticed several times by one of her influences, BTS‘s Jungkook!
While the Mnet show was airing, Jungkook and fellow member RM showed their support for the show on Instagram. Yet, even after the show finished, Jungkook was still showing his support for the contestants, and netizens couldn’t get enough after he personally helped Just Jerk dancer Nain.
At the beginning of the year, Nain explained that she wanted to create a YouTube channel, and she asked her followers for suggestions for a name.
She was in for the shock of her life when Jungkook personally helped her select a channel name! In response to her question on Instagram, he suggested the name, “have a good Nain.“ The name is a pun on the phrase, “have a good night.”
If that wasn’t exciting enough for the dancer, Jungkook recently helped her become #fangoals again!
Alongside being a dancer, Nain is also a choreographer and teacher! Whenever she creates choreography, she uploads her creations on her Instagram and YouTube.
Another person who has been treating fans to content on social media is BTS, who are currently on their extended vacation. On February 5, Jungkook surprised fans with some covers… including a dance video to the song “Bare Wit Me” using Nain’s choreography. He even made sure to credit her!
Well, as expected, Nain was completely in shock after seeing the video and reposting it on her Instagram. Yet, when appearing on MAMAMOO Moonbyul‘s show Studio Moon Night, she really got to share how it felt when she saw Jungkook using her choreography.
When Moonbyul asked how she felt, unsurprisingly, Nain was still processing it all and even revealed that it was so exciting that she couldn’t sleep.
I remember it being late at night at the time, and I had to wake up at 6am the next day. But I couldn’t sleep at all because I was so surprised.
Although Nain is an amazing choreographer, she explained how shocked she was at the idea that Jungkook was using her moves in a dance. She explained, “I didn’t expect that he would cover my choreography.”
Looking at the original done by Nain, it isn’t surprising that Jungkook chose to use it. Not only is it powerful, but Nain has this unrivaled effortlessness that very few dancers can copy, using her body and emotions together to tell a story through the dance.
As Jungkook continues to show love and respect to Nain, there is no denying that she deserves it. Hopefully, the two can meet in the future and collaborate because that would be #goals.
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