- Two pretty ladies of Korean descent have caused an uproar on the internet as they did justice to the Nigerian dance style, legwork
- In the video that has gone viral, the ladies danced beautifully to the legwork instrumental, making synchronized moves
- Nigerians seemed impressed with their performance and heaped praises on them, some bemoaned their inability to master the dance move
Two Korean ladies have earned the admiration of Nigerians following their perfect execution of the dance style legwork.
The ladies who appear to be dancers made impressive and creative leg movements as they danced with an instrumental of the dance style playing in the background.
In a supporting video shared on Instagram by @kingtundeednut, they were joined on the scene by two guys who tried to mimic their moves but the ladies still outclassed the men.
Many Instagram users hailed the ladies performance just as some lamented not being able to know the dance style despite being Nigerians.
"N I’m here, yet to know ow to do these steps."
"Awesome. But we shouldn’t forget that music is a universal language."
"Leg work is sweet to watch but e no easy to learn."
"They have to know how to dance it now, because we don almost become family members now (UAR and debt)."
Legwork is a widely accepted Nigerian dance style that first appeared in Chinko Ekun's song Able God.
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White man does legwork to Burna Boy's Anybody
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a white man had impressed Nigerians with quick legworks as he danced to Burna Boy's anybody.
Sharing the video on Twitter, the dexterous dancer said that it has been quite some time that he had some legwork sessions.
In the clip, the man leisurely walked down a flight of stairs to a dance floor where he demonstrated an amazing show of moves.
The man added some very smart hand moves popularised by Zlatan's Lagos Anthem song. Many Nigerians who were in his comment section said they feel ashamed that they cannot show off leg moves that originated from their country as he did.