Kara’s choreography of “When I Move” is made for the late Goo Hara? Netizens brought to tears

A scene from the performance of Kara’s new song “When I Move” is attracting attention from netizens. 

At Day 1 of the 2022 MAMA AWARDS which was held at Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan on November 29th, Kara unveiled the first stage for their new song “When I Move”. Kara, who finally returned as a full group after 7 years and 6 months, boasted a brilliant performance and stage performance enough to overshadow their long hiatus. Fans greeted Kara on her stage after a long time and expressed their delight with loud cheers and applause.


Since the stage of the new song was unveiled, a scene from the stage has been attracting the attention of netizens. In particular, at the beginning of the song, Kara members pair up with a dancer and show off a splendid performance. However, a dancer can be seen dancing along at the far left, and netizens suspected that this was created with the late Goo Hara’s position in mind. 

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A post, which captured this scene and explained their speculations about the choreography being related to Goo Hara, was published on the Korean forum theqoo and immediately became a hot topic. 

Below are some comments from netizens:

  • I can’t stop crying 
  • This is so sad by heart warming, the members must have had her in mind while preparing for that stage…
  • Hara, I miss you
  • The members must have missed Goo Hara as much as us
  • I am sad and touched…

Meanwhile in the MV for “When I Move” that was released after the stage, there were also scenes where members seem to leave a seat empty for Goo Hara. In particular, even though there are 5 members of Kara, an additional standing microphone and table seat was spotted, leading to meaningful interpretations. 

Source: wikitree

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