Hopefully you will pay them more attention than what this PC gamer did!
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22 Jun 2017 - 12:23 PM  UPDATED 22 Jun 2017 - 12:24 PM

If you're in Korea, chances are that you will spot a number of K-pop stars going about their day and doing everyday things, like chilling at PC cafes. However, what would you do if a well-known K-pop girl group (say, 9MUSES) started randomly dancing behind you while you were trying to play Overwatch at a PC cafe?

Well, that's exactly what happened to a PC gamer!

9MUSES were tasked with performing their latest song "Remember" at a PC cafe and trying to get a random gamer to recognise them. This mission sounds easy on paper, but turned out to be a much harder challenge than the girls expected!

After "scoping" out the target by sitting at the PCs next to him and pretending to game, 9MUSES then suddenly got up to start dancing to their new song - only for the PC gamer to be completely oblivious to what was going on!

Needless to say, the girls were quite surprised at the lack of attention from the gamer and it took quite some time (and dancing) before he finally noticed what was happening.

Check out 9MUSES hilarious attempt at trying to get a PC gamer to notice them right here and let us know what you think. 


 

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