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[Video] Infinite’s Hoya Dances Like It′s 1999 for ‘Reply 1997’

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2012.07.19 16:34 Mwave Erika Kim

Infinite’s Hoya will be shaking it up at a cola-tech (a club that only sells non-alcoholic drinks).

A behind-the-scenes video of Hoya dancing at a cola-tech for tvN’s upcoming drama Reply 1997 was revealed to heighten anticipation for the drama.

The 15-second clip shows Hoya dancing onstage to the old school hit Deux’s Look Back at Me.

Although the video is short and of low quality, Hoya can be seen dancing to the song with his own unique moves in a 90s-style hip-hop fashion.

Female staff can be heard screaming in the background, showing how taken they were with Hoya’s performance.

The producers of the drama said, “This video is just a preview from a rehearsal; the real episode will show some dance scenes that you’ll be surprised to see.”

Netizens said about the video, ‘Tell me where this place is, I think I’ll get to meet Hoya if I go there’, ‘It’s short but leaves a big impression’, ‘I got goosebumps as soon as I heard Look Back at Me’ and ‘When will this scene air?’

[Video] Infinite’s Hoya Dances Like It′s 1999 for ‘Reply 1997’

Hoya will appear in the drama as Kang Jun Hee, a mysterious boy who is sensitive and good-looking at the same time.

He will be the best dancer in Busan and provide viewers with sights to see by showing off the moves that were popular in the 90s.

TvN’s Reply 1997 is set in Busan during the 1990s and is about how six unique high school students get along in an age when everything was about H.O.T. and Sechs Kies.

The students will meet at a reunion when they’re 33, and when one couple announces they are to get married soon, everyone will start to reminisce on the past. The drama’s first episode will air on July 24.

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