This South Korean duo wowed the judges with their unique fusion of ballroom dancing and hip-hop and their infectious chemistry made them fan favorites. Find out more about these real life best friends in WOD Magazine’s exclusive Q&A and check out their final performance below.
WOD How did it feel when you found out you’d be on Season 3?
AR: We were so happy- we couldn’t express ourselves in words. Korea is a small country so it is an amazing opportunity, every dancer wants to be on this stage. It’s an honor to perform here.
WOD: What style are you performing, and why?
AR: We combine Latin ballroom with street dancing. We wanted to create a performance that is not common and boring and show our various talents.
WOD: Where do you draw inspiration from? Who/what inspires you?
AR: We get a lot of inspiration from the Latin dance we learned when we were young. Currently, hip-hop dance is most often performed, but some Latin dancers are given inspiration that cannot be found in hip-hop.
WOD: Why do you think dance is important to the world?
AR: Dance is always new and can keep you healthy mentally and physically. Through dance people can communicate and you can feel their thoughts and feelings without speaking. Dancers in many countries are interacting and communicating through dancing and can share their messages and emotions.
WOD: What are you most excited/nervous about being on the show?
AR: The most exciting thing is that it is getting to be known all over the world and actually meeting Jennifer Lopez, Nio, and Derek. We are nervous to compete with all the other really great dancers.
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