BTS’s Jimin Reveals “Butter” Was A Difficult Style For Him To Get Used To
Recently, Weverse released the individual interview for BTS’s Jimin and revealed his thoughts about their recent track releases and how it was like promoting during the pandemic. In terms of their latest three tracks, Jimin shared that all three tracks were totally different, making the thought process different for each one.
They’re totally different. The attitudes I take on are different, the thought process is different, and I think the emotions I feel are all different, too. I think ‘Butter’ was a bit hard for me. It wasn’t a style I was used to, but I thought the actual dance was really impressive when I saw the video and it had a lot of footwork, so I thought I’d be good at it, but it was way harder than I thought.
He even questioned his dancing ability at one point because of how different the dancing style was for him.
During practice I even thought, Why am I so bad at dancing? If you look at our usual choreography, it has very powerful parts with big movements and lots of power, but ‘Butter’ felt really difficult because all the power went in at the same time even though it was loose.
He looked at the other members for guidance and eventually found his groove.
So I watched Hoseok dancing a lot, and since every member has their own style of dancing, I watched the way Taehyung loosened up, and the way Jung Kook danced by the book, and I combined all those. So for some of the broadcasts of ‘Butter’ I really loosened up and for others I used a little more strength. I tried all different things.
Despite being a difficult and new genre for him to tackle, ARMYs can agree that he totally killed it!
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