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American choreographer Brian Puspos has been discussing the group's use of his dance routines on Twitter, and getting a big response from K-Pop fans around the world.
Puspos's choreography was used by YG Entertainment in the recently aired reality competition show MIX & MATCH, during which the company was attempting to narrow down their impressive roster of trainees to form the new group, i KON.
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While the Korean record label gave full credit to Puspos for his dance moves, it would appear the choreographer wanted a little more.
At this point we are presenting you proudly some of the teachers of the past years, which taught already basic foundations or choreographies.Member of the hip hop dance crew So Real Cru that gained national attention by finishing in second place on the MTV reality competition series America's Best Dance Crew.We are now accepting entries for the 9th Annual Shorty Awards. The Shorty Awards honor the talented agencies, brands, and industry leaders behind the best and most innovative work on social media channels, campaigns, websites and applications. Since then, his moves gained quick attention on social media. According to Instagram, if he’s not in the studio dancing, he’s either traveling the world to entertain or teaching other dancers how to get down in his classes—which have a big #KPop following.
He competed again in season 7 with Mos Wanted Crew.YG Entertainment's new boy group i KON is gaining attention for their dance moves, even before they make their official debut.