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Crayon Pop's Surprise Street Showcase Stops Traffic!


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On April 3, Crayon Pop held their surprise street showcase for their upcoming comeback, and the girls sure grabbed people's attention. As the hilariously cute girls opened their showcase on the street in front of Myungdong Arts Theater, many were caught off guard. From fans to those simply walking by, everyone stopped to catch a glimpse of the girls. The showcase became so popular that the host had to temporarily halt the show so that people would mind their safety due to the overcrowding.

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At the surprise showcase, Crayon Pop performed their new song "UH-HEE," while also performing their former songs "Dancing Queen," "Bing Bing," and their hit song "Bar Bar Bar." Unlike their previous promotions in which the five girls wore motorcycle helmets, this time the girls had bright red handkerchiefs wrapped around their heads. Furthermore, "UH-HEE" featured a chicken dance in which the girls hopped on one leg. 

Moreover, Crayon Pop's fellow label mates K-Much performed, "Don't Know Anything" and "What Should I Do."At their showcase, Crayon Pop expressed their gratitude towards the attention as the group stated, "Two years ago we were here in Myungdong holding signs and performing guerrilla concerts to try and promote our name, so this place is very special to us. It's different than last time because it's a new feeling to have so many people here to watch us. Thank you very much. We will continue on with the same heart we had when we debuted."

In regards to why Crayon Pop's showcase had taken place three times in three different locations, the group's agency answered, "Since their rookie days, Crayon Pop used to do guerrilla performances on the streets to try and promote their name. Thus, we believe that it's important for Crayon Pop to personally go and let people know of their comeback, which is why we had multiple showcases."

Crayon Pop made their official comeback with "UH-HEE" on the April 3 broadcast of Mnet's "M! Countdown."

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