On the latest episode of Star King last June 19th, Super Junior’s Donghae showed off his break-dancing skills to everyone’s amazement. However, his extreme B-boy skills caused his microphone to be destroyed.
It all started with the latest guests’ unique dancing skills, a combination of Brazilian traditional dance and defensive movements ‘ala capoeira’ and yoga. Not wanting to be left out, Donghae stood up and also showed everyone his own B-boy skills.
In the middle of his surprising performance, the audience were also shocked since the microphone attached to his waist broke into pieces. Super Junior’s fish suddenly stopped and even covered his face with his hands.
Always quick-witted, Kang HoDong said, “In this kind of public situation, this holds for a discussion by SBS and Super Junior’s company, SM,” which brought so much laughter from the show and made Donghae less worried.
Fortunately, he was given another chance to finish what he kicked off, which ended hilariously! Want to find out why? Watch this clip!
All the mishaps aside, Donghae surely knows how to make us laugh and be amazed this time with his B-boy skills!
Credit: 海世代 + SapphirePearls
Chinese translation: Aidenly Coco
English Translation: minoko2440 @ SapphirePearls.com
Video: zazamax9 @ YouTube
Posted by theshangkee @ Kpoplive.com
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