Sunmi's gender-swapped performance with the beautiful dancer has led to a wave of buzz from admirers.
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12 Sep 2017 - 12:40 PM  UPDATED 12 Sep 2017 - 1:05 PM

Former Wonder Girls member Sunmi recently made a big solo comeback with her new single "Gashina," which has become nothing short of a big success. While fans have been loving Sunmi's live performances, the singer's recent performance on Inkigayo has shifted a lot of this attention towards one of her beautiful back-up dancers.

During Sunmi's performance of "Gashina" on the September 10 episode of Inkigayo, the singer surprised fans by putting on a gender-swapped version of the usual choreography, which includes some steamy moments of skinship with a back up dancer, Yuri.

Following the airing of this performance, Yuri quickly garnered an incredible amount of attention from female fans within the K-pop community, many of whom showered the dancer with positive comments about her beauty and talent.

In fact, fans fell in love with Yuri so quickly that she started trending on Twitter in Korea!

This wasn't the first time Yuri has made waves with her talent and visuals, having recently caught the attention of some fans for her part in Suzy's "Yes No Maybe" dance practice video.

With attention like this, don't be surprised if Sunmi continues to perform a gender-swapped version of "Gashina" with Yuri!


 

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