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[Spoiler] "Chief Kim" Namgoong Min and Lee Junho imitate Twice "TT"

2017/03/29 | 1102 views | Permalink | Source

Namgoong Min and Lee Junho danced to "TT" by Twice.

On the latest episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Chief Kim", Kim Seong-ryong (Namgoong Min) and Seo Yool (Lee Junho) danced to Twice's "TT".

They were after an elderly man who was supporting Park Hyeon-do (Park Young-gyu) from behind. They dressed up as waiters in a bar that he went to and captured secret footage. The man saw them both and was suspicious for a moment saying it wasn't the usual waiter.

Seo Yool said they had changed shifts and the man ordered him to sing. Seo Yool claimed he couldn't sing, then the man said, "You look like a singer. If you sing, I'll give you this" and he tossed a check from his pocket.

Everyone around them cheered for him to sing and Seo Yool sang and dancced to "TT" by Twice. Seo Yool motioned for Kim Seong-ryong to join him and he did. They danced and sang together.

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