Details About Lee Kwang-soo’s Hilarious Dancing
Lee Kwang-soo is a South Korean actor, entertainer, and model. In 2008, he made his acting debut in the sitcom Here He Comes, and received further recognition for his roles in the medical melodrama It’s Okay, That’s Love in 2014, and more. The actor’s popularity increased after joining SBS’s Good Sunday variety show Running Man. Through the variety show, he gained the nickname “Prince of Asia,” due to his large number of overseas fans.
Lee Kwang-soo is indeed famous for his robot-like dance. During episodes of Running Man, he often shows his hilarious dance that cracks people up when they see him. When he starts dancing, he shows a rigid dance with a serious face. This always makes not only the other cast members laugh, but the viewers and the people who see it will laugh, too.
In this article, Channel-Korea will provide you with compilations Of Lee Kwang-soo’s hilarious dancing in Running Man. Let’s take a look at his funny dance on the show. So, stay tuned and keep scrolling down this article.
Collaboration Dance With HaHa
In episode 373, the members of Running Man spend the day doing whatever they want to do. All the members provide mutual recommendations for activities, and have to do them together. They were given limited time to do as many activities as possible to spend as much as $1,000 dollars.
During the episode, the tallest member, Lee Kwang-soo, and the shortest member, Haha, learned how to Swing dance. The two showed what they had learned. The dance started with the two poses, and warming up, Haha was wearing yellow clothes with a cap, and Kwang-soo acted as a female wearing a red skirt.
The two look too excited when dancing. Haha really looks like a newsboy, while Kwang-soo looks cute and funny. The rest of the Running Man members were watching the two dance, encouraging and cheering on them. Their steps were energetic, and their facial expression was priceless. The tallest and the shortest members showcased their great teamwork and they were perfectly in sync when they were dancing. Looking at how great their dancing was, it seems that the two were natural-born swing dancers. At the end of the dance, Kwang-soo and Haha showed a fantastic collaboration of swing dance and B-boying.
Dancing To BTS’s Fire
In episode 427 of Running Man, Kwang-soo once again showed a crowd his hilarious dance. This time he danced to the popular South Korean boy band BTS’s song, Fire. In this episode, Irene and Joy from Red Velvet, Kang Ha-na, and Seol In-ah joined the variety show as guests.
As in previous episodes, this episode begins with the introduction of the guests. In this episode, all the cast members and guests were paired together. After they were all paired up, they started the game. However, the members were told that there was a thief among them. Thieves can’t fail the mission if they do not want their identities revealed. During the race, some people would be given the opportunity to change partners, and must win the race. One of the scenes that caught the audience’s attention was Lee Kwang-soo, who danced to Fire from BTS. The Kwang-soo-Joy and Jong-kook-Seol In-ah couples had to dance in order to play the games. When the song was played, Kwang-soo immediately danced the dance of the group, which made everyone laugh.
Running Man episode 448 brought special guest stars EXID, SEVENTEEN, and one of the newcomer drama actresses, Kim Hye-yoon. During this episode, they must do a mission so that the name of the guest star becomes the keyword, and the most searched after in the internet. The most searched names and videos with the most number of likes would get more benefits. After the three teams were formed, the members immediately made promotional videos in their respective styles. After the videos were made, the three teams must continue the next mission, which was to pop a balloon that was guarded by one person on each team.
The team of Yoo Jae-suk, Lee Kwang-soo, and Kim Hye-yoon made a promotional video by presenting dance from a booming song. Hey-yoon suggested dancing to the song Bboom Bbomm by Momoland. Jae-suk told her to show her dance, but Hye-yoon’s dance does not seem to match the actual dance. This made Jae-suk and Kwang-soo confused. Kwang-soo said that it does not have to be the latest song. And he suggested BTS’s song Fire. Kwang-soo then showed how to dance to the song. However, his excessive dance made everyone surprised and shocked.
Learning EXO’s Growl With D.O
On November 27, 2017, EXO’s D.O and Jo Jung-suk joined the 327th episode of SBS’s variety show Running Man as guest stars. This episode adopted the theme “bromance house,” in relation to EXO’s D.O and Jo Jung-suk’s movie My Annoying Brother. D.O and Jo Jung-suk were guests on Running Man to promote their movie.
During this episode, EXO’s D.O was paired up with Lee Kwang-soo. The two soon became brothers, and showed their hilarious interactions where they played the games, sang a song, and danced to EXO’s song ‘Growl’ and Lee Kwang-soo’s phenomenal ‘Mosquito dance.’ In one of the games, they were required to guess the picture, but before answering the question they had to complete a mission, such as dance. When Lee Kwang-soo tried to answer the question he had to dance to his teammate’s group’s song Growl. But he failed, because his dance was too different from the original dance. The other members then asked EXO’s D.O to show the actual dance.
Learning Dance With 1Million’s Dance Teacher, Lia Kim
In episode 455, SBS’s Running Man released the cast’s hard work learning a dance with 1Million’s teacher, Lia Kim, to create an unforgettable performance. The cast members got together to learn choreography from Lia Kim for their special fan meeting. Some cast members like Kim Jong-kook, HaHa, and Jeon So-min were able to easily learn the moves, as they were used to dancing. They received applause from the choreographer. Meanwhile, other members, like Ji Suk-jin, Lee Kwang-soo, and others were unable to follow along with the fast tempo of the music, and the road ahead looked rough as they even asked if they could alter the choreography.
During the episode, Lia Kim asked the members to dance individually and show what they have learned. Lee Kwang-soo then suggested that those who passed could leave the studio and go home. Everyone was shocked by hearing his suggestion and disagreed with him. It really looked like the room escape game. Haha was the first member that escaped the room. When it was Kwang-soo’s turn to show what had he learned, he looks determined, and he was better than the others expected. However, he missed the beat, so that he has a meltdown and was fluttering.
Lee Kwang-soo Performed Ballet
On episode 398 of Running Man, the cast members celebrated So-min and Se-chan’s first anniversary since joining the show. They found it hard to believe that a year had passed since they first greeted and welcomed two new members of the show. The theme of the episode was “365 Running Retreat”. Members would be given 365 minutes at the retreat. Then they could arrange their own schedules.
In the middle of the game, the members of the popular South Korean girl group, Twice, suddenly appeared and played along with the members. When the members of Twice showed their dancing talent, the tallest members of Running Man, Lee Kwang-soo, did not want to lose and joined in dancing with them. Kwang-soo made the crowd laugh with his funny ballet dance.
The Legendary Mosquito Dance
In episode 301 of Running Man, there is an old video clip of Lee Kwang-soo dancing a mosquito dance. The phenomenal dance is a snippet of Lee Kwang-soo’s scene that is dancing Mosquito dance from the MBC comedy series ‘High Kick’.
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