Do you remember do it again? Of course you do! It was the meme that took over the internet and K-pop stars were no exception to its reach. Numerous videos of K-pop stars reacting to do it again have surfaced on YouTube, but many are questioning how authentically these reactions were. In this blog post, we will take a look at some of the most popular reactions to see if they’re legit or not!
When do it again first started making waves in Korea, Yoo Jae Suk and his crew of comedians were one of the first groups to make a video about it. Their reactions are all very genuine as they’re either laughing or shaking their heads at the craziness of this whole thing.
Twice’s Mina is seen dancing along with do it again for a few seconds before she quickly catches on that something is off. She then pulls out her phone to look up what exactly do it again means and eventually realizes that there’s no way anyone could be okay with such an awful song playing over and over! They also end up showing some clips from different Korean variety shows where people have come across seemingly hypnotized by a laptop screen containing the do it again video.
NCT’s Chenle also posted a reaction on his official Twitter account, making light of the situation by posting an image that reads “I’m not scared” with some do it again text in the background and a string emoji tugging at his mouth. He captioned this tweet: “[do it again] 이거 때문에 진통할 것이니까”. This translates to: “This is something I’ll have to get through.”
Boy group BTS’ V took notice as well, tweeting out clips from their appearance on Wanna One’s episode where they are playing one of the characters in do it again.
Actor Ahn Jae Hyun also took notice, tweeting out a video with his reaction to the do it again meme and asking: “Is this real?”
Lee Joon’s tweet is translated as meaning that he was just stunned by how popular they had become even though they haven’t done anything big yet. He said, “I’ll save you so until then please live well.”
ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo commented on the watermark at the bottom of their screen and wrote: “[do it again] 이거는 나쁜음악하면서 동시에 게임 중인데 내가 막 치니?” which translates to: “This is a bad song and yet we’re playing games at the same time.”
Singer GOT’s Mino commented on his own do it again meme with an image of himself and said, “I can’t believe I’m in two memes now. What am I supposed to do? Do they want me to die or something?”
EXO, ONF and BLACKPINK all shared do it again memes on their Instagram stories. The EXO members’ meme was captioned “We’re sorry for not letting you guys know.”
NCT’s Taeyong commented with a video of him in the do it again shirt saying: “[do it] Again I’m only wearing this to protect my skin from the sun but if you want me to wear more clothes then I’ll take them off next time.”
Lee Joon’s tweet is translated as meaning that he was just stunned by how popular they had become even though they haven’t done anything big yet. He said, “I’ll save you so until then pleaseor the laughter of my do it again meme.”
This post is about do it again memes and how K-Pop Stars reacted to them. The first paragraph talks about how EXO, ONF, and BLACKPINK shared their own do it again memes on Instagram Stories. It also discusses NCT’s Taeyong reacting with a video of him in the do it again shirt saying: “[do] It Again I’m only wearing this to protect my skin from the sun but if you want me to wear more clothes then I’ll take them off next time.”
The second paragraph states that Lee Joon tweeted his thoughts which are translated as meaning he was just stunned by how popular they had become even though they haven’t done anything big.
The third paragraph talks about how the do it again meme has gone international, with people posting memes in different languages. The fourth paragraph states that this is just a trend and will eventually die out like other trends have so they are not concerned with its popularity at all.
Several of these K-Pop stars shared their own do it again memes on Instagram Stories as well as reacting to them on Twitter or social media. Lee Joon tweeted his thoughts which were translated by fans as meaning he was just stunned by how popular they had become even though they haven’t done anything big yet. This post discusses do it again memes’ journey from South Korea to going international, showing examples in several different languages such as Dutch, Japanese, Arabic, Spanish etc…