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SHINee′s Taemin, Infinite′s Hoya and More to Bring Powerful Performances to ′Hit The Stage′

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2016.07.19 13:00 Mwave Ko Hong Ju

Mnet′s Hit The Stage has been slowly revealing what they are all about.

Following the release of photos of SNSD′s Hyoyeon, SISTAR′s Bora and Twice′s Momo, the producers of Mnet′s Hit The Stage, have also released images of SHINee′s Taemin, Infinite′s Hoya, Block B′s U-Kwon, Monsta X′s Shownu and NCT′s Ten. The male competitors show their different version of the theme, "Devil."

SHINee′s Taemin, Infinite′s Hoya and More to Bring Powerful Performances to ′Hit The Stage′

Taemin′s powerful pose especially grabs the attention of fans. It has been revealed that Taemin will be partnering with famous Japanese choreographer Koharu Sugawara.

Koharu Sugawara has worked as a dancer for world popstar Rihanna and is also known in Korea as a choreographer for 2NE1. Fans are expectant to see the pair on stage as Taemin and Koharu Sugawara they are planning to show a amazing performance.

Additionally, Infinite′s Hoya and Block B′s U-Kwon will transform into Joker for a powerful stage. In order to prepare for this stage, Hoya personally contacted dance crews in Korea to recruit them. U-Kwon is also expected to have the biggest stage with a total of 15 dancers. It has been revealed that the two have showed their own version of Joker with energizing and confident performances.

Monsta X′s Shownu will be interpreting a nightmare through his performance. He plans to capture the hearts of fans with his compelling stage. Fans are especially expectant for NCT′s Ten′s performance as he is the rookie of the group.

Meanwhile, Mnet′s Hit The Stage is a new program where k-pop stars and professional dancers team up to compete with each other. The first episode will air on Mnet and tvN starting July 27.

Photo credit: Mnet

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