• kelliusmaximus

    SM the Performance was my favourite of the night tbh, it was seriously awesome. They all brought it.

  • http://thankgyuu.tumblr.com/ Mrs_KimSungGyu

    A little miffed Infinite’s rock/orchestra version of The Chaser wasn’t put on here, because that was one of the better thought-out performances of the night apart from the hip hop performance stage. Infinite restructured their song and came up with a new (synchronized) choreography for it and it was simply breathtaking. Better than their performance at the KBS Gayo and definitely a highlight at the SBS Gayo.

    Of the four color groups, Mystic White was my favorite with Dynamic Black trailing behind it. I hardly recall Dazzling Red’s song or performance at all. Dramatic Blue’s was ok.

    Glam’s performance was certainly eye-catching but the vocaloid totally stole all the spotlight so I don’t know how to feel about it.

    Honestly all the other performances (though some were very good vocal wise) lacked something striking and new.

    SM the Performance was alright though. Neat dancing and good amount of effort put forth on their part.

    • yi2345

      Totally agree with you for INFINITE’s part. I always love the rock/orchestra version of their songs, recall Be Mine remix and Paradise rock version last year. INFINITE always pulls out their best for Gayo Daejuns since 2010 and I can see how well they prepared. I’m really surprised that their performance is not mentioned either here or in the best of weekly music shows..

      • http://thankgyuu.tumblr.com/ Mrs_KimSungGyu

        They take every performance seriously, and the Gayo Daejuns simply allow for them to upgrade their stages even further. That’s why, as you said, they have always done well during the end of year performances. They have a lot of things they want to show and I think they do a great job at doing just that. 

        Side note, but I noticed when I went back to look at it, that not only did they have an orchestra but a choir as well and the band members were the same ones that accompanied Sunggyu for his solo promotions.

        • yi2345

          Right, their upgraded performances in Gayo Daejuns are always enjoyable to watch, plus they always sing live so that’s another very important point for me. I feel that the time given for their Gayo Daejun stages this year is kinda insufficient. I don’t know whether it’s because they only have The Chaser for 2012 (unlike BTD, Be Mine and Paradise last year) or it’s because of the huge number of participants this year (didn’t watch all performance of previous Gayo Daejuns so I don’t know about that).

          I didn’t notice about the band members. Gonna check it out now ^^

          Wish to see them being mentioned in the highlight for MBC, I really salute them for performing and singing live in that kind of condition. My poor kids T-T

          • http://thankgyuu.tumblr.com/ Mrs_KimSungGyu

            I think part of the reason they, and other groups, didn’t get sufficient time was due to the sheer amount of performers in the line up. Many had to pre-record their stages too, so it was a matter of lack of time also I think.

            I really appreciate that Infinite sing live. It’s because they’ve sung live that they’ve been able to improve so much. I’m thankful that they’re with Woollim because that company really knows what’s up. 

            Here are our CEO’s lovely words on the importance of concerts and live performances (when he was asked about Infinite’s concert earlier this year):

            “For a singer the most important thing is the album, then only concerts. Honestly, I’m quite afraid about the public’s judgement (towards Infinite), but I did not spare any cost in production and prepared as intensely as possible so that the fans could enjoy a good show.”

            I love his quotes so because I can here’s another, haha :

            “Whatever people say, the clearest thing I like is the character of Infinite’s music. From the beginning I felt that they would go far. So from the start until now, I have never seen anything other than their music.”

            And lastly:

            “This is a job that I do, and I have staked my name. I don’t want to throw everything away chasing profits. From the start of my production career, I valued my goals, not money.”

          • yi2345

            Poor Dongwoo looked like he’s totally lost his mind, it actually surprised me because he’s usually so energetic on the stage =(

            True, they always sing live and that’s why they’ve improved so much! Their CBA performances were kinda shaky, but they improved so much for BTD and today they’re one of the best groups when it comes to live singing, it’s even more impressive considering their intense and synchronized choreography.. I noticed that even some “big names” *cough cough* lip synced for the Gayo Daejuns. As someone who always values and appreciates live singing a lot more than dancing, I’m sorry to say that I’ve just lost my respect for them..

            I respect Lee sajang-nim so much for how he views music. In the Kpop industry, he’s one of the very few CEOs who knows what he’s doing. The way he deals with the boys contributes to their consistent sound but it doesn’t lead to repetitive songs. Now I’m hoping for a great comeback of INFINITE after YaDong couple ^^

          • http://thankgyuu.tumblr.com/ Mrs_KimSungGyu

            I have high expectations for Woollim in 2013. There have been many hints that suggest a new approach in Infinite’s music and also the debut of a girl group that is to be unconventional (according to CEO’s insight). Apart from that we also have Tasty’s new and revamped style to look forward to (emphasis on hip hop rather than electronic dance) and of course the always amazing Nell as well.

            Sunggyu even said that they were going to come back a new Infinite and earlier this year Hoya hinted at the fact that they would at some undetermined time be casting aside the emphasis on their trademark synchronization to highlight the dance skills of the members that hadn’t been shown before, particularly Hoya’s and Dongwoo’s I surmise.. 

            This is going to be a defining year for them. I’m excited!

            And knowing Woollim, there will be plenty of surprises along the way.

          • yi2345

            Woollim has become my favorite company in the Kpop industry ever since I got into Infinite. Nell, Infinite, Baby Soul, Yoo Jiah (despite the rumor that she’s left) has yet to disappoint me, though I’m still waiting for Tasty to capture me..

            I’ve seen the CEO and Infinite members’ talks before, that sounds really promising to me. I won’t mind if they experiment something new or different, be it Infinite’s music and choreography, Tasty’s future style, or the rumored girl group’s concept.

            For Woollim and Sweetune, I always give them chance. And yes, I’m sure they will wow me in 2013.

          • yi2345

            Woollim has become my favorite company in the Kpop industry ever since I got into Infinite. Nell, Infinite, Baby Soul, Yoo Jiah (despite the rumor that she’s left) has yet to disappoint me, though I’m still waiting for Tasty to capture me..

            I’ve seen the CEO and Infinite members’ talks before, that sounds really promising to me. I won’t mind if they experiment something new or different, be it Infinite’s music and choreography, Tasty’s future style, or the rumored girl group’s concept.

            For Woollim and Sweetune, I always give them chance. And yes, I’m sure they will wow me in 2013.

    • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

      I agree that most of the performances lacked anything “striking” for an End of the Year special. 

      On the Infinite part, I think this person just has a different taste of what she considers a good stage because her picks were totally not what I would think were good.

    • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

      I agree that most of the performances lacked anything “striking” for an End of the Year special. 

      On the Infinite part, I think this person just has a different taste of what she considers a good stage because her picks were totally not what I would think were good.

    • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

      I agree that most of the performances lacked anything “striking” for an End of the Year special. 

      On the Infinite part, I think this person just has a different taste of what she considers a good stage because her picks were totally not what I would think were good.

    • animasaurus

       I think because INFINITE always delivers so well, people just kind of overlook them as “Oh, well it’s INFINITE that’s why” instead of giving them the credit they deserve which makes me a little sad tbh. So loved in Korea, but SO underrated internationally :/

    • animasaurus

       I think because INFINITE always delivers so well, people just kind of overlook them as “Oh, well it’s INFINITE that’s why” instead of giving them the credit they deserve which makes me a little sad tbh. So loved in Korea, but SO underrated internationally :/

      • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

        I’ve never thought of this before. It could possibly be true for a lot of people though. 

        “Oh look, an Infinite perf – yeah yeah they sounded great. Let’s move on.”

        But if say, a bigger name did an orchestra/rock remix of their song, imagine people squealing over their oppars even if they sounded awful.

      • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

        I’ve never thought of this before. It could possibly be true for a lot of people though. 

        “Oh look, an Infinite perf – yeah yeah they sounded great. Let’s move on.”

        But if say, a bigger name did an orchestra/rock remix of their song, imagine people squealing over their oppars even if they sounded awful.

    • http://twitter.com/M_Wys Michaela Wylie

      Infinite should have been included. They go so well with orchestra. (The “Be Mine” remix had a lot of string sounds and it was freaking amazing. :P )

  • http://www.facebook.com/gerson.rocha.9212 Gerson Rocha

    I’m pretty dissapointed that f(x) wasn’t mentioned in this article as well, but I have to agree that their performance was indeed nothing special though. Anyway, SM The Performance definitely killed it on stage, and their song is FAR WAY better than Maxstep, although I wish there was a female dancer included (someone in the likes of BoA or Amber maybe, it would be awesome). 

    • k_db

      I thought f(x)’s stage was distracting.  I paid attention to their surrounds more than f(x) themselves because of how interested I was in it.

    • k_db

      I thought f(x)’s stage was distracting.  I paid attention to their surrounds more than f(x) themselves because of how interested I was in it.

    • k_db

      I thought f(x)’s stage was distracting.  I paid attention to their surrounds more than f(x) themselves because of how interested I was in it.

    • k_db

      I thought f(x)’s stage was distracting.  I paid attention to their surrounds more than f(x) themselves because of how interested I was in it.

    • k_db

      I thought f(x)’s stage was distracting.  I paid attention to their surrounds more than f(x) themselves because of how interested I was in it.

    • k_db

      I thought f(x)’s stage was distracting.  I paid attention to their surrounds more than f(x) themselves because of how interested I was in it.

    • k_db

      I thought f(x)’s stage was distracting.  I paid attention to their surrounds more than f(x) themselves because of how interested I was in it.

  • anono101

    “Kai, Lay, and Yunho are still my favorite dancing queens.” LOL.

  • xchoccies

    Bora’s dance blew me away. I knew she could dance but those moves were wow. Although I love my Secret girls, they seemed to be a bit lackluster, but they pulled it off without Zinger. 

    B.A.P’s performance sealed the rookie deal. It was most probably the shortest stage of the night (yes, not entirely pleased PD-nim) but they made such an impact in that short time. I was looking forward to BtoB/Block B/Evol but they weren’t there. I’m not a fan of Boyfriend, but their stage was pretty good too. 

    Other performances of the night I enjoyed: 
    The hip-hop stage. Amazing, nuff said. What a step up from last year’s. 
    SM The Performance. Taemin/Kai/Lay/Yunho killed it. They’re really loving their dubstep aren’t they. Just wondering why Minho was there. 
    Big Bang – that Gangnam Style mash-up, YG Fam you genius.
    Infinite and orchestra are just meant to be. They’re fated for one another.
    B2ST & SHINee. Onew & Taemin’s vocals.

    Whilst I enjoyed the SBS Gayo this year, it all seemed too.. rushed? SBS definitely cut back a lot on the artists performances this year. Rookies & some other singers had less than 3 minutes of performance time which is a shame really.

  • http://www.facebook.com/selend.light Selend Light

    I agree that both girls’ teams for the color of K-pop performances are better than the boys.
    Mystic White stands out the most, I instantly like the song when I heard the beat.

  • http://twitter.com/nippaul10 P▲ul

    As much as I love 2NE1,  I’m quite glad that you didn’t put them in your list. Their performance in SBS was lackluster and should have been better. Their MBC performance was better though. :”>  

    • Lina90

      I’d agree with you. I was waiting for them in sbs. But it just fine, nothing new. I like their performance in mbc much better!! CL rapped was smooth! Idk why lot ppl hate it tho.. It kinda brought fresh vibe for the song imo

  • Gaya_SB

    Minho I love you, but I still have no idea what you’re doing there. They could at least give you a wave dance solo or something (I saw you with Yuri, I know you got moves, boy)

  • theicecrumbs

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who noticed! Yong Hwa really was not in his best form. He usually takes over the stage when it’s his turn but for this one, I barely noticed him. Poor kid must’ve been stressed out with the upcoming comeback or something. :(

    • http://twitter.com/flamingheart_yh flamingheart_jyh

      It didn’t help that FNC decided to just pour in all sorts of individual activities for him by the end of 2012. He was doing so many stuff come December. Seoul concert, Running Man,Inki MCing, KBS MCing and several other appearances. And no doubt he’s probably the most stressed out with regard to the upcoming release with him being very hands on in the production of their albums. I hope he gets back in shape before the comeback.I guess it was just him not being his usual hyper/energetic self on stage, but vocals-wise, I think he did well.

    • http://twitter.com/flamingheart_yh flamingheart_jyh

      It didn’t help that FNC decided to just pour in all sorts of individual activities for him by the end of 2012. He was doing so many stuff come December. Seoul concert, Running Man,Inki MCing, KBS MCing and several other appearances. And no doubt he’s probably the most stressed out with regard to the upcoming release with him being very hands on in the production of their albums. I hope he gets back in shape before the comeback.I guess it was just him not being his usual hyper/energetic self on stage, but vocals-wise, I think he did well.

    • http://twitter.com/flamingheart_yh flamingheart_jyh

      It didn’t help that FNC decided to just pour in all sorts of individual activities for him by the end of 2012. He was doing so many stuff come December. Seoul concert, Running Man,Inki MCing, KBS MCing and several other appearances. And no doubt he’s probably the most stressed out with regard to the upcoming release with him being very hands on in the production of their albums. I hope he gets back in shape before the comeback.I guess it was just him not being his usual hyper/energetic self on stage, but vocals-wise, I think he did well.

    • http://twitter.com/flamingheart_yh flamingheart_jyh

      It didn’t help that FNC decided to just pour in all sorts of individual activities for him by the end of 2012. He was doing so many stuff come December. Seoul concert, Running Man,Inki MCing, KBS MCing and several other appearances. And no doubt he’s probably the most stressed out with regard to the upcoming release with him being very hands on in the production of their albums. I hope he gets back in shape before the comeback.I guess it was just him not being his usual hyper/energetic self on stage, but vocals-wise, I think he did well.

    • http://twitter.com/flamingheart_yh flamingheart_jyh

      It didn’t help that FNC decided to just pour in all sorts of individual activities for him by the end of 2012. He was doing so many stuff come December. Seoul concert, Running Man,Inki MCing, KBS MCing and several other appearances. And no doubt he’s probably the most stressed out with regard to the upcoming release with him being very hands on in the production of their albums. I hope he gets back in shape before the comeback.I guess it was just him not being his usual hyper/energetic self on stage, but vocals-wise, I think he did well.

  • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

    I wasn’t able to stream this one live so I downloaded the whole show to watch the performances in order. It also helps to enjoy the whole thing rather than just watching your bias and ignoring the ones you have no care for.

    The stage for SBS was definitely better than the others as was the presentation overall. I also liked the hall they held the event in unlike KBS where their audience can’t even stand up to jam to the performances because they were all sitting down. The sound system was better this time for the, er, idols to not sound like banshees. Poor choice of MCs tho. KBS’s were awkward with each other and had no rapport whatsoever. This time, SBS had IU and Suzy who were passable but they have zero chemistry with the JGW who was a hot mess.

    In terms of performances, I disagree with most of your “highlight” picks but it’s personal preference, yes?

    One of the most memorable performances was from SM, The Performance. Even though I have no idea who were the ones dancing save for a few faces, their number impressed me because of their overall presentation. Great stage!

    Sistar’s was also great because of Bora’s added solo. The ending felt abrupt though and wish it was tied in with the whole group performance like you mentioned.

    Big Bang’s performance was great because of the boys’ undeniable great command of the stage. However, it felt like any other Big Bang concert stage and didn’t really have that “wow” factor fit for Gayos. The remix with GS was good and other than that and Dara’s pointless cameo, the performance was just meh. I understand that they are busy so they had little to no time to prepare. Seungri and Daesung looked real good though! And someone please tell Bae to take a chill pill.

    Most of the remixes were really just adding a few beats here and there and/or putting a dance break somewhere. However, most favorite arrangement definitely goes to Infinite with their rock-orchestra remix of The Chaser. It wasn’t half-assed and it sounded good. They sounded great too! Sungyeol was so obviously out of pitch though sigh. I will never not get over how Woohyun manages to belt out those notes throughout the song with that rigorous dancing.

    The KPop Star Season 1 ladies was a nice addition as well. However, their collab wasn’t really anything notable. And poor Ahyeon sounded off the whole time she sang her song.

    As for the Colors of KPop, in terms of songs, I liked Mystic White’s the most. However, performance wise, they looked too stiff but sounded good. They had a great intro too!

    My most favorite performance for the Colors was unexpectedly Dynamic Black. I didn’t like their song when it was released. It wasn’t something I would listen to again. However, their performance was – dynamic. There was great energy and they had great chemistry on stage. They looked like a real group and it was interesting to see how well the worked together given the short amount of time they had to practice.

    Also, cannot get over Shinsadong Tiger fanboying over Hoya after the show on his twitter! Even begging Woollim’s CEO to give Hoya more singing parts in Infinite’s next album haha!

    As for the other performances, there was effort but they didn’t really leave an impression on me as a viewer.

    Anyways, I enjoyed SBS’s this year :)

    EDIT:

    Oh my god how can I forget the Gangnam Clique! Seriously. One of the best of the night! You put awesome people in one stage and what do you get – an amazing stage that’s what! Tablo even released the mp3 of The Cypher 2012 so that was a real treat!

    Sob I was thinking of putting it in last then got carried away with the Dynamic Black part haha.

    • http://thankgyuu.tumblr.com/ Mrs_KimSungGyu

      Shinsadong Tiger’s tweet surprised the heck out of me. Haha.

      And to be honest it scared me as well as excited me too.

      Scary because it sounded like he wanted to work with Hoya and Infinite in a way, and if he were to do that how would it affect the group? He writes for a lot of people and there is a possibility the song could be generic and unsuited to them. Although I think they’d be ok in the end since Lee Jung Yeop is super careful with Infinite’s music and has great judgement.

      But exciting nevertheless because on the other hand if he were to give Infinite or even just Hoya a (non title track) song, the diversity would do the group well, provided that the song is appropriate and tailored well to the singer(s).

      But again I could just be thinking too much. This isn’t the first time someone has shown interest in writing a song for Infinite but didn’t actually lead anywhere. Last year Brown Eyed Girls members Jea and Miryo showed their interest as well as the composer who wrote IU’s Good Day.

      • yi2345

        Wow your comment kinda scared me as well. In my selfish heart I still want Sweetune to make Infinite’s title tracks. Though I’ve seen some people saying that Infinite should switch their producer to avoid the “repetitive” sound, I totally have no problem with Sweetune’s work for Infinite so far. Instead, I’m impressed by how Sweetune never makes me feel that Infinite’s titles all sound the same, or that there’s no difference between Infinite, Kara, and Nine Muses’ songs. Some groups keep working with different producers each time so that’s probably why I never really get into them because there’s a lack of a consistency in their release.

        I really really really wish that there won’t be a Shinsadong Tiger’s production for Infinite’s future titles. I want Infinite to maintain their consistent (=/= repetitive) sound. Also, I’m not a fan of his songs except for very very few. Not that they’re all bad but most just sound meh to me. However, I think it won’t hurt if he works with them for non-titles but I wonder if he’s willing to do so. I totally hope that JeA and Miryo will write for them someday and I would be glad to see Infinite working with different producers for the rest of the album and. In fact, they’re already doing so and the result is positive. It’s always great to listen to their entire albums.

        • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

          I like how you pointed out that consistent is not equal to repetitive. A lot of people have been saying that Infinite should “break out of their own mold” and try something new because their songs are starting to sound too safe and repetitive. I think it’s a valid request but imo, they just think it’s like that because Infinite has established their own sound but that doesn’t mean that any of their songs sound like the other.

          • yi2345

            My wish will be: Sweetune’s song as the title, JeA/Miryo/Shinsadong Tiger/any other producers’ songs as the other song they sing for their comeback/special/goodbye stages.

      • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

        If anything, he might want to only compose for Hoya haha. Or maybe even Infinite H but I searched his songs up and it’s not something I would normally like, same with the song Yesterday. It’s not really up my alley but I enjoyed the performance because of the energy from the people involved. So maybe if he ever does in the future and Hoya gives life to it, I might like the performance somehow.

        I haven’t heard about the BEG bit but I did read about IU’s composer. I think composers are getting interested because they see the “brand” of music that Infinite has and want to try their own spin on it. Which is, imo, a great idea but I am also cautious of it because we may never know. Though like you, I trust LJY with his decisions for Infinite music-wise. And with him saying that his focus will always be music first, as is evident of all releases from his company, I think there is little need for worry at this point… though I got to admit I am a little worried with Infinite H. 

        So I might be getting off topic here but I just want to point out that he’s doing a great job of getting them out there with all the Infinite H appearances for the year-end shows and them appearing in Immortal Song 2 starting sometime this January is a huge plus. People are saying they will be overshadowed by all the big names making their comebacks this January and I personally am sad for that but what I think is more important, and what LJY has said is more important, is that they release great music that the artists themselves love.

    • yi2345

      I agree with pretty much everything you said here. Just wanna ride on your comment to say that I wish for an official release of The Chaser remix version just like the release of Be Mine remix version in the repackage album Paradise =p

      • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

        Well, they didn’t release a repacked version of The Chaser so I don’t think we’ll be getting an official release of this rock-orchestra remix, sadly :(

        • yi2345

          But we can always dream for it right? Maybe it’ll come true someday lol I’m praying for a remix of The Chaser and an INFINITE version of 60 Sec in their next album, hopefully it’ll be a full-length one ^^

          • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

            It might :) 

            And I’m really glad they went with 60sec as Sunggyu’s solo song because… okay, I love Infinite a lot and I’m honest when it comes to their talents but the only ones who sounded good when they sang 60secs during their MBC stage were Hoya and Woohyun and they Sunggyu ofc. It just isn’t for the other members’ voices. Maybe Myungsoo as well but even then, his voice doesn’t really fit well with the song. 

            Like, I understand that Sungyeol and Sungjong had to have lines in the performance but it didn’t sound good for a piece like 60secs. I think part of why I enjoy a lot of Infinite songs is because they give the members parts that suit their voice even if that means that some members will only get one or 2 lines or… maybe, even share one line between two members. I know it’s not “fair” in terms of line distribution but I’d rather they stick with the overall quality of the song than satisfying fans’ requests of fair line distribution.

            But that’s just me, ofc.

          • yi2345

            Yeah I pretty much agree with you. I actually like Sungkyu’s solo a lot more, what I like about Infinite’s version is when they sing the chorus together. But actually they had a different arrangement for the original version I think, so that might work better for the whole group =)

          • yi2345

            Yeah I pretty much agree with you. I actually like Sungkyu’s solo a lot more, what I like about Infinite’s version is when they sing the chorus together. But actually they had a different arrangement for the original version I think, so that might work better for the whole group =)

          • yi2345

            Yeah I pretty much agree with you. I actually like Sungkyu’s solo a lot more, what I like about Infinite’s version is when they sing the chorus together. But actually they had a different arrangement for the original version I think, so that might work better for the whole group =)

          • http://infinite-stress.tumblr.com/ ian

            Ah yes! Coincidentally, I’m listening to their version right now because I’m working on the track to post to tumblr later. And I totally love Hoya’s part at the beginning and them singing altogether for the chorus. I didn’t notice the different arrangement though. It still sounded the same haha. Or maybe I just wasn’t listening close enough?

          • yi2345

            Oh actually Sungkyu said in an interview that 60 Sec was originally to be included in their Infinitize album but later they decided to change the arrangement and make it his solo debut song. The one they sang on MBC was Sungkyu’s version, we don’t know what is the original arrangement though =)

  • muggle87

    i wish they had been given b.a.p few more minutes. but what can they do, its not like they can choose how much air-time they get. At least b.a.p made the best out of it and give a powerful performance.^^
    those black outfits was really hot. thank u stylist^^

  • muggle87

    i wish they had been given b.a.p few more minutes. but what can they do, its not like they can choose how much air-time they get. At least b.a.p made the best out of it and give a powerful performance.^^
    those black outfits was really hot. thank u stylist^^

  • muggle87

    i wish they had been given b.a.p few more minutes. but what can they do, its not like they can choose how much air-time they get. At least b.a.p made the best out of it and give a powerful performance.^^
    those black outfits was really hot. thank u stylist^^

    • http://twitter.com/PlumAusten Plum Austen

      I’m wondering if there is a criteria for inviting performers. I am disappointed that  (to the best of my knowledge) Block B did not get to participate in any of the shows and neither did Nu’EST.

      • muggle87

        i figure they choose whoever they like and tell them how much air-time they got. the group will have to make do with it.

      • muggle87

        i figure they choose whoever they like and tell them how much air-time they got. the group will have to make do with it.

      • muggle87

        i figure they choose whoever they like and tell them how much air-time they got. the group will have to make do with it.

      • muggle87

        i figure they choose whoever they like and tell them how much air-time they got. the group will have to make do with it.

  • http://twitter.com/andia0 diana

    OMG i thought the same about Jonghyun, he had been smiling the whole time and like big and real, something must of changed. Maybe cause his bandmates got him to do a little acting. He was SO cute! I’m going to keep my eyes on him now.

  • http://twitter.com/ErikinaDaisy Erikina•에리카

    For me SM the Performance was a huge highlight. LOVED IT! The dancing abilities are, of course, amazing and a pleasure to see. I love that they separated each group and than put them together. All the songs were great together. Plus getting to see Donghae do a freaking BACK FLIP wow!