LE SSERAFIM’s “UNFORGIVEN” choreography raises concerns over multiple suggestive dance moves

Netizens take a jab at LE SSERAFIM’s “UNFORGIVEN” choreography for being allegedly suggestive for underaged members.

Recently, LE SSERAFIM made their long-awaited return to K-pop with their first full-length album “UNFORGIVEN” and the title track of the same name featuring Nile Rodgers. The song received positive reactions from the public and achieved high rankings on Korean digital charts.

However, at the same time, netizens began to notice and take a jab at the allegedly inappropriate choreography.

The debated-about choreography from the song “UNFORGIVEN (feat. Nile Rodgers)”

Specifically, netizens are debating about the appropriateness of the parts when Kazuha and Chaewon crawled on the ground as a part of the song’s choreography. On the fan discussion forum Pann, a large number of audiences also paid attention to the Yunjin’s body-shaking part.

Other dance moves were also considered inappropriate, especially for younger members such as Eunchae.


LE SSERAFIM is currently promoting as a five-member girl group under Source Music. This is not the first time LE SSERAFIM performed a controversial choreography when there is a young member. Previously, the group was embroiled in a similar controversy when the choreography required the members to lie on the ground to perform a dance move.

Source: Zing News 

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