South Korea — A clip of a café worker breaking out into a K-Pop dance while mopping, and completely unaware she had an audience, has gone viral online, with netizens expressing it was also a possible beginning of a beautiful love story.
Facebook user Toffee Yeon shared the 48-second video, which began with the female staff mopping away to a K-pop group ITZY’s ‘Loco.’
As the song progressed into the chorus, the worker dropped her mop and showcased her full potential, proving she knew the choreography by heart.
About 17 seconds into the video, and the woman still facing her imaginary audience, a man in a black bomber enters the café.
The man discreetly watches the worker’s performance from the back.
However, as the worker began a pump it dance move, she needed to make a 180-degree turn.
She soon spotted the man behind her and quickly stopped in embarrassment.
The man didn’t miss a beat and gave the staff a mini applause.
According to Must Share News, the man who entered was actually the café manager.
With over 1.4 million views, 127,000 likes and 7,200 comments, the video sparked a wave of positive responses from the online community. Many highlighted that the scene looked like it was from a Korean drama.
“It’s the start of a K-drama in real life. We’re witnessing the first encounter of the quirky female lead and the awkward male lead!” said Facebook user Sapphy Anna Lacson, her comment garnering over 1,000 likes.
“It’s like a TV drama. Then the girl is pursuing her career as a girl group member, date with that boy, etc.,” said Facebook user Panji Mobail.
“+1000 points for the guy because he was careful not to interrupt the girl dancing and clapped when she finally noticed him. Ahhh, this was cute!” exclaimed another netizen.
Many also applauded the staff’s dancing skills. “She’s actually good! A way to release stress, boredom and tiredness at work,” said one Aldren Florendo.
Based on the comments, the woman is a pro dancer in real life, going by the handle Krazy girl on YouTube. She currently has over 513,000 subscribers.
Furthermore, the video appears to be a plot for a pilot episode of a new YouTube series. /TISG
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