Dance Cover Showcase: Alexa Ronyak

Alexa Ronyak party design 3 by AT KPOP NOW

Could you tell us who you are, where you’re from and why you have chosen this dance cover as your showcase?

My name is Alexa Ronyak. I’m from the U.S.A and I chose this dance cover of mine, because it is one of the few that I don’t rewatch and criticize something about it. I’m satisfied with this one.

(interview continues after the dance cover)

So how long did you have to study the choreography?

It took me about 30-40 minutes to learn this choreography.

How long does it normally take for you to memorize the choreography?

I usually learn a choreo under an hour and I improve it within a few days before I record it. So overall, I say roughly an hour and a half when I’m completely finished.

What was the most difficult part of the choreography?

The most difficult part was all of the footwork, especially more near the beginning of the dance.

Were you surprised that the choreography was easy / difficult and why?

I would d say the choreo was a bit difficult to begin with. I got a little bit frustrated with the footwork, but I moved on, finished the dance and then the difficult parts became easier eventually.

How did you come up with your outfit?

I copied Seunghoon’s (Hoony) outfit from the music video of “Soso” and I used makeup to draw cute on myself like Hoony himself had done in the video.

If you could give one positive message / advice to anyone out there who loves to do K-pop dance covers, what would it be?

I would say to just do what you love, regardless of whomever downgrades you, because of what you love is dancing. Then follow your passion: who knows where it might take you!

And last but not least: If you could give a shout out to another K-pop dancer, because people need to see their showcase. Who would you like to give a shoutout to and why?

I would like to give a shoutout to @eujin0_0 because I love his covers!!

Official social media links:

Instagram: @jeon03bb

TikTok: @alexaronyak


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