m (ex_demands615) wrote in omonatheydidnt,
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sports korea interview with total idols infinite



A challenge to go to the top with their single “Nothing’s Over”—- It’s a promise that ‘it’s not over’

Putitng in a cheerful melody with lighthearted beats—- Modified the ‘angled group dancing’, became more flexible

Netherland’s representative soccer team changed the flow of soccer in the world during 1970. Using a tactic called ‘Orange Legion’, they had all offenses and defenses with a strong fitness background, causing people to give a name of ‘total soccer’.

It wasn’t just a coincidence that I thought of these people when I saw the group, Infinite. Even after debuting, they practice for over 10 hours and are idols who have the basic skills down. They garnered attention with a high level group choreography that would be hard for any group to do. Without any mistakes, they move with coordination. The name of ‘total idols’ wouldn’t be shamed by Infinite, who are willing to sacrifice anything for their group.

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