Whoever said that TWICE is not famous in the US must watch this Olympic athlete’s warm-up!
The opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics officially took place last night (July 23), marking one of the simplest but longest opening ceremonies in the Summer Olympics due to the Covid-19 epidemic situation. Competitions are gradually being implemented. One topic that Kpop fans are especially interested in is the warm-up process of Olympic swimmer Sierra Schmidt (USA).
Instead of normal warm-up exercises, the female athlete wore headphones and was extremely focused on dancing to the music, performing the choreography of a familiar Kpop song.
This female athlete has always been a fan of Kpop music, especially TWICE. She must be a fan of Kpop girl groups like TWICE, Red Velvet, ITZY, BLACKPINK,… because they are always on her Spotify playlist.
It can be seen that the spread of K-pop music, specifically here is the group TWICE has spread to all over the world, especially to the fastidious Western market. TWICE’s songs always have a fun, catchy tune and bring very positive messages to listeners
The song “Cheer Up” is a song expressing the wish that everyone can always live happily and happily, and at the same time it is the encouragement of 9 girls to listeners before difficult moments in life. This song is in a way an automatic word of encouragement for the female athlete from the United States.
If you look at Sierra Schmidt dancing the iconic move of this national hit and still don’t recognize the song, don’t claim yourself to be a TWICE’s fan! The dance move performed by the female athlete is in TWICE’s popular song Cheer Up. This lovely moment proving herself to be a true Kpop fan of the American female athlete made netizens extremely excited:
– One look is to know Cheer Up immediately.
– What song is so hard to guess, I don’t know if it’s Cheer Up.
– Who said TWICE can’t be popular in the US?
– The music in the female athlete’s headphones played in my head when I saw this choreography.
– In the head automatically jump numbers.
– Kpop fans everywhere.
– Pretend you don’t know it’s Cheer Up.
– Kpop blood always flows in my heart even though I’m busy working as an athlete.