Kim Chiu Shows Off Dance Moves With Her Cover Of ITZY’s ‘Not Shy’

Kim Chiu Shows Off Dance Moves With Her Cover Of ITZY’s ‘Not Shy’

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Viewers always want to see Kim Chiu’s dance moves on “ASAP Natin ‘To” and they just can’t get enough seeing her performances, but the actress idolizes people just like anybody else! This was seen in her dance cover of Itzy’s “Not Shy”.

And of course, it wasn’t just a typical dance cover where the camera angle remains static throughout the video―it was, instead, a full production! The actress really made an effort to recreate the music video with vibrant costumes, smooth transitions, well-equipped set designs, and of course, her innate talent in dancing.

She also tried to look the part as she took inspiration from the members Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna. Blonde wigs? Bangs? Pigtails? She tried them all!

She said that her love for K-Dramas and K-Pop inspired her to create the music video. Aside from Itzy, she also loves BLACPINK and TWICE, which are two of the most famous girl groups in K-Pop right now.

The famous K-pop girl group released the music video on August 17 as a part of their extended play record. “Wannabe” and “Icy” are also some of their other recent hits.

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