Block B recently released the official Mirror Dance version of their last comeback “Shall We Dance,” and we got a good look at both the hiphop fashion styles and dance moves they used in the MV.

Block B collectively are a hip-hop inspired kpop group, led by the influence of their leader Zico.

He stood out prominently, wearing a red sleeveless bubble jacket, a beanie, baggy sweats in which he embellished with a well placed towel, and finished it off with white kicks. His style captured the mood of the song, urban and hip.

The other members didn’t necessarily go full-on urban with their styles, but incorporated specific elements and pieces. Most no noticeably was U-Kwon who wore purple cornrows. Taeil also wore a large bubble jacket, and a bape t-shirt.

Overall the choreography and dance steps used were very creatively done. They mainly incorporated hiphop, but they also used a little salsa, and it appears they also creatively conjured up a step or two.

Most noticeably in Shall we Dance are these authentic hiphop dance steps: the Harlem Shake, the Dougie, the Nae Nae, the Stankie Leg seems to have made a very brief appearance, and a lot more I am too inexperienced to know their names.

Can you help identify other hiphop dance moves in Block B’s Shall We Dance?

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