The fan asked for his autograph, but he did not have one yet (since he is so young). So, the fan asked a selfie with him, but that was declined politely as well. (Guess it’s some kind of a rule in Produce 101 SE 2.)
The fan turned back saying bye to him, but just then, Samuel came running, and said “This is all I can give for now.. sorry. ” handing the fan a stuff toy he got from playing claw machine game.
Why does he have to be this cute…? He can dance, sing and got unbelievable charms.. enough already!!
What was special others than the fact that they chose their own songs, was how they were given points by rank. There were mainly two divisions; by performance and by position.
When they were judge by performances, all groups were categorized to Dance, Rap and Vocal. (If the group focused on singing, they would be in the vocal category, if they focused on dance moves, they would be in dance category and if the song was all about rapping, they would belong to rap category.) So basically, they would be only competing within their category.
Also, they were judged by position. Regardless of what category their song belonged to, they were judged by their positions. Rappers vs. Rappers, Singers Vs. Singers and Dancers Vs. Dancers.
Only the first ranks of each chart matters because extra points will be given to the 1st places only. The final chart will be revealed this Friday, May 26th, combined with online votes.
Dance: 1st place: Noh TaeHyun
Noh TaeHyun > Joo HakNyeon > Park WooJin > JungJung
Rap: 1st place: Kim JongHyun
Kim JongHyun > Im YoungMin > Lee GwangHyun
Vocal:1st place: Lee GunHee
Lee GunHee > Yoo SunHo > Kim YoungGuk > Kim JaeHwan > Jung SeWoon
Dancing skill is crucial for all idols, and so, even those who seemed to be singers, not dancers at first, practice hard to be dancers as well. However, those who are born with dancing skill are just too good to catch up with.
There are some trainees in Produce 101 SE2 who catches the public’s eye for being a great dancer.