How long have you been dancing?
We've been dancing for 13 years, and we've been together since we started dancing. We met while learning Latin ballroom dance..
How about the dance scene in Korea?
Currently, dance in South Korea has developed a lot. There are many dancers and dance scenes that are good enough to participate in the WOD, despite being a small country and having three teams in the world through various media.
How do you like America?
It's really a great country with a lot to teach us..We want to learn not only dance, but also music, culture and people's open thoughts. I like it. When we went to America, we learned a lot and then came back home.
How does it feel to be surrounded by so many talents on the show?
It's the romance of every dancer. We achieved that dream in real life and we are so happy. What we also feel is that we are confident enough on the air. It was so fun and we got more confident.
How much time do you spend preparing?
Our preparations complemented the performance. We've been doing better, and have been focused on us for about two months.
Were you two nervous?
We were very nervous. We don't get nervous when we go on stage, but the time we wait before we go up is the most tense. But once we went on the stage we enjoyed ourselves.
How has the reaction back home been after you appeared on WOD?
Korea admits that we have grown into a better team, and as a Korean, we are very proud of our new attempts.
Is it your first time to visit America?
Yes, and the first place went to was the WOD, so I think it is very special.
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