Back in the 2000s, "Gee" by Girls Generation held the title for one of the most viewed K-Pop music videos on record!
And just like the song itself, the main “Gee” dance move, choreographed by the SM Choreography Team, has a cute but sassy vibe to it.
Definitely a K-Pop move you don’t want to miss out on!
Watch the move demonstrated here:
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How to do dance move from "Gee" by Girls Generation
- Stand with both feet together and rest your left wrist at your waist.
- Then, make a fist with your right hand, with the finger-portion of the fist facing the ceiling. Hold it up at the height of your nose.
- Now, bend your knees slightly so you can lean forward with your upper body.
- From this stance, you're ready to start the actual move! You're gonna move your right arm across your body from left to right by pushing your elbow down and up.
- Do this for 4 counts, starting on “and 1”.
- As you do the elbow lift motion, bring your chin up a little bit, lean your torso slightly forward, and allow your upper body to follow the elbow as it goes from left to right.
- Next, on count 5, step your left foot to the side sink your weight into you left hip. Keep your left leg straight and allow your right leg to bend at the knee as you step to the side.
- Simultaneously on count 5, shoot your right arm up, pointing your finger up, and then bring that finger down slowly as if you threw something in the air and it’s falling. When your finger comes down, it is done on the remaining 3 counts.
- Make sure your head is facing the right side and play it up by tilting your head either forward or back.
Keep in mind that this is a cute, cheerful move, so rather than doing it super sharp and precise, allow your body to be bouncy and light.
And don’t forget to smile as you finish the move!