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[Video] NU’EST’s Choreography Based on ‘Angry Birds’ Game?

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2012.07.24 16:51 Mwave Stewart Ho

Could it be NU’EST found inspiration for part of its latest title song’s choreography from the popular game, Angry Birds?

NU’EST made a comeback on July 11 with new album Action.

The title song has been receiving attention for its strong message and powerful choreography. In particular, during the dance break time in the performances for Action, leader JR has a part where he jumps back on his fellow members’ arms and is then hurled forward.

The move is reminiscent of the drag and release of the angry birds from the popular mobile game Angry Birds which has users using various ‘angry birds’ to knock down and defeat its pig enemies.

[Video] NU’EST’s Choreography Based on ‘Angry Birds’ Game?

Fans have since begun calling the dance move by NU’EST’ the ‘angry birds dance’.

Keep your eyes peeled for the ‘angry bird’ sequence at the 2:08 mark in the M Countdown performance below!



Photo credit: Pledis Entertainment


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