In the latest episode of his radio show, Prince Mak talks about a variety of things that range from a future Mrs. Prince Mak (she doesn't exist... yet) to a bunch of meetings for exciting things to happen in 2017 (solo songs!). But perhaps one of the most interesting tidbits this week is Prince Mak's prowess at learning new dances, particularly K-pop dance choreography.
When asked how long it takes to learn a new dance, Prince Mak states it depends on the type of dance and the skill level of the dancer. Simple moves and routines usually only takes 30 minutes to 1 hour, but harder dances such as K-pop choreography can take a few days. In fact, some of the JJCC choreography took the group up to 3 days just to learn a dance.
As for what new K-pop dances Prince Mak can do nowadays, he says that he's got the moves of TWICE's "TT" nailed!
Listen to Prince Mak talk about what it takes to learn a new dance right here, starting at the 2:10 mark:
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