The Year of the Rooster arrived Saturday and brought with it Lunar New Year festivities from numerous K-pop acts. While most of the country went on vacation, a lot of Korean idols still offered entertainment over the holiday weekend.
Although it’s pretty typical for K-pop singers to release holiday greeting videos while wearing traditional Korean outfits, known as hanbok, rookie boy bands Snuper and Victon took it a step further. Both groups released performance videos while wearing hanbok, showing off their dance skills as they simultaneously commemorated the Lunar New Year. Victon, a recently debuted group and labelmates of popular girl group APink, performed to their song "What Time Is It Now?" while throwing in a few formal bows. Similarly, Snuper couldn’t resist adding a few Lunar New Year additions to the sleek choreography to their synth-pop single “It’s Raining.”