personally out of all the 10+ membered groups in kpop, svt was the easiest for me to remember and distinguish each member. to me they all seem to have p specific/distinctly defined characters, and the subunit system helped a ton. ironically, nct’s unit system made me struggle a lot when getting to know their members and it took me ages to remember their names and which members were part of which units
I think comparing NCT choreo with SVT choreo is fruitless; it’s like apples and oranges, neither can be said to be objectively better than the other. NCT’s choreo style is more like hiphop dance crews while SVT is more reminiscent of something like a ballet or musical theatre troupe (even when they do ‘darker’ choreo). Both groups are very skilled but they have pretty different styles and strengths, so comparing the groups is mostly just a matter of preference
i think seventeen’s minghao is one of the most well-rounded idols right now. i think he’s one of the top dancers, his singing and rapping are both good, but, more than anything, he has some of if not the best stage and camera presence of the 3rd generation. he has a super charming personality and his photography and fashion that he does on the side are great too. i love to watch him perform, and i hope he continues to be even more successful!
i hadny seen an episode or video of PDX while it aired but i kept seeing people saying PDX’s Suhwan and Yuvin were Woozi and Mingyu lookalikes respectively. i recently stumbled across a few pics and vids of them and i was ?????????????? bc they look nothing like them at ALL. why were there so many people calling them that???????
ive always thought that there was something to svt’s dancing that felt a bit different from other boy groups (besides the synchronization) and i realized that there’s a certain elegance to their movements that i don’t tend to see super often with bgs. even with their more hard-hitting dances like getting closer or ccc, and even hit. there are of course lots of individual male idols who dance v gracefully, but svt as a group have a certain collective grace that not many bgs have
i rarely think that kpop songs re-recorded in another language is better than the original, but the Japanese version of SVT’s Lean On Me is without a doubt the superior version
seungkwan’s mannerisms and way of speaking remind me of han seojin from sky castle.
It’s funny how we say brother group, sister group but when it comes time to speak up, everyone’s quiet. That’s why I’m unstanning Seventeen after Pledis treatment of Pristin. Not even a word from those guys. Hope that company “disbands”.
is it just me that thinks jeonghan has a VERY jpop-sounding voice? like he wouldn’t sound at all out of place next to actual jpop idols
svt have such great potential for doing improv and they have a rly good comedic sense when they’re all together. it would be amazing(ly chaotic) to watch them do skits for going svt if only pledis would let them