Korean dance show “Street Woman Fighter” has boosted many dancers to stars, but not all managed to retain their reputation.
“Street Woman Fighter” is a famous Korean dance show that was once all the rage in Korea. Every dancing crew gained ample attention from the shows, and several dancers even became as popular as Kpop idols, including Lee Jung, No:ze, and Aiki.
Out of all competitors on “Street Woman Fighter”, No:ze gained the most attention from the show. Thanks to her outstanding visuals, chic vibes, and fashion style, the female dancer earned the nickname of “Kpop’s most gorgeous dancer”, and earned various advertisement deals, becoming just as big as top Kpop idols. No:ze also started to appear on fashion magazines, TV shows, and her Instagram has since surpassed 3.3 million followers.
Regarding her improved status, the No:ze shared: “My advertisement fees went up 70 times. In the past, I used to appear in CF films as a background dancer, but now I find myself in the spotlight. I have filmed 10 commercial films so far. Previously, I would accept all advertisement offers, but now I would carefully select them based on my schedule.”
However, No:ze was recently accused of getting the “popularity syndrome” and discriminating between small brands and big brands. In particular, small brands said the female dancer would accept their sponsorship, only to delay posting their products and deleting the post soon after. Meanwhile, she’d do everything on time and keep big brands on her Instagram, showing an obvious difference in treatment. In addition, several staff members also claimed that No:ze acts arrogantly and rudely, causing huge problems wherever she goes.
Even prior to “Street Woman Fighter”, Lee Jung, as well as her crew YGX has already been a popular name among the public and Kpop fans alike. The female dancer boasts a striking, strong, and alluring image, and like No:ze, she also receives plenty of commercial deals from numerous brands.
Lee Jung is also close with many Kpop idols, including top stars like BLACKPINK, ITZY, (G)-IDLE, Mino (WINNER), TWICE, Somi, and Jessi.
Aiki’s career also goes very smoothly after “Street Woman Fighter”, and she was invited to become a dancing mentor for the MBC survival show “My Teenage Girls”. Aiki previously choreographed for many top stars, including BTS, Super Junior, Youngjae (GOT7), and so on.
Notable names from “Street Woman Fighter” all gain new peaks in their careers. However, why Lee Jung and Aiki are still rising, No:ze’s controversy may seriously impede her rising popularity.