Dalla Dalla – Itzy KPOP Dance Cover – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

My Robson Square Labyrinth remains a Public Space stage for KPOP Dance Troupes from around Metro Vancouver to come and perform . . .

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🔥 Full video in my profile . 📹:@_dot.avi 💃@mixtoffical . It's not about what you think, it's about what you do! Overthinking can only stop you doing something incredible but not lead you to success. I was reluctant to dance again because I was afraid of receiving negative opinions and comparison with others. But now I am glad that I decided to participate in this project so that I realized how joyful I was even I stopped doing it for a while:) THANK YOU everyone who participated in the project, without you guys I can't have a chance to enjoy dancing this much! 時隔兩年的舞蹈作品,原本下定決心出國後就不花時間跳舞了,專心在課業上,所以這次的作品完全是在計畫之外。 其實在練舞的時候蠻擔心實力不如高中時的我、擔心著別人會放大我的缺點,總之因為害怕別人的眼光而卻步。 可是隨著團隊的磨合,一點一點的再次體驗到跳舞的樂趣,很慶幸當初的自己勇敢的加入舞團!果然還是很享受一群人一起跳舞的感覺,可以互相學習、一起成長! 希望這能鼓勵像我一樣想太多的人,為了喜歡的事或想做的事踏出自己的小框架,可能會因此得到預料之外的收穫:) . #itzy #dalladalla #kpopinpublic #yuna #dancers #dancecover #kpopdancecover #jyp #vancouver #vancity #mixt #mixtdance

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