Girls’ Generation’s “Catch Me If You Can” Choreography Deserves More Credit, Survey Says
“Catch Me If You Can” reminds everyone that Girls’ Generation members have the moves!
“Catch Me If You Can” is a song by Girls’ Generation that, compared to its predecessors like “Dancing Queen”, “I Got A Boy”, and “Mr.Mr.”, lacked the attention it deserves.
Released in 2015, the EDM track composed by Erik Lidbom and Jin Choi needs more credit especially when Taeyeon, Soonyoung, Hyoyeon, Sunny, YoonA, Tiffany, Yuri, and Seohyun where showcasing an exceptional dance routine described by Billboard’s Jeff Benjamin as “mind-blowing”.
And the recent poll conducted by Mnet’s Mwave website showed us that a lot of people are thinking the same thing.
“Catch Me If You Can”, which features fast-moving choreography with complicated group formations and a heart-racing dance breakdown in the song’s chorus, ranked number one on the poll which asked, “What is the best K-Pop choreography that deserves more recognition?” The song garnered a total of 33,381 votes or 33.2 percent of the total 100,509 votes during the poll’s run from September 19 to 22.
It won over EXO’s “The Eve” which placed second with 27,928 votes or 27.8 percent. Stray Kids’ “District 9” also recorded a lot of votes, ranking third place with 25,393 votes or 25.3 percent.
NCT’s first full group song, “Black on Black”, which featured all 18 members, ranked fourth with 8,341 votes or 8.3 percent. MONSTA X’s “Beautiful” was fifth place with 5,466 votes or 5.4 percent of the total votes.