SHINee, who recently made a comeback with their seventh studio album, Don’t Call Me, gained attention for their powerful yet smooth dance moves for their title track.

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| @SHINee/Twitter

Most recently, choreographers Kasper and Bailey Sok revealed the demo choreography version through YouTube to show how the dance changed for the final outcome.

When comparing the choreography, you can see that the demo version is very fierce with a lot of power.

| Kasper Official/YouTube

On the other hand, the final choreography for SHINee is a bit more controlled with the moves, making it look a bit more flexible.

| Studio CHOOM/YouTube

Netizens that watched both the demo and the final videos could see the contrast in style.

  • “The choreographer version really looks like they could beat someone if they called them.”
  • “The demo version is fierce while SHINee’s version seems a bit smoother.”
  • “The power and speed of the demo version is incredible. It looks like they are put on 2x speed.”
  • “Although the demo version is good, SHINee’s version is more fun to watch.”

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| @SHINee/Twitter

Choreographer Bailey Sok, who is just 17 years old, was not featured in the demo version video as she lives in the United States. She started to teach dance at the age of 14 and has gone on to choreograph for many other K-Pop idols including Red Velvet, K/DA, Wengie featuring Minnie of (G)I-DLE, and most recently, SHINee.

Watch the full demo version below!