Talking about how the collaboration came to be, Leslie Grace explained that when Super Junior had the idea of releasing a song in Spanish, English and Korean, they reached out to producers Play-n-Skillz to hopefully get in contact with Grace for the track. Grace, who is a New-York native, said the collaboration was an “incredible opportunity,” as it gave her the chance to work with artists from an entirely different culture than her.
Afterwards, Super Junior performed some of the choreography from “Lo Siento,” and also helped “Good Day New York” anchor Rosanna Scotto and actress Debi Mazar learn some of the moves.
Watch Super Junior and Leslie Grace on ‘Good Day New York’ below.
That wasn’t the only dancing the two did that day!
While in the city for their “Good Day” appearance, Super Junior and Leslie Grace also visited Times Square, where Grace taught SJ member Eunhyuk how to dance “bachata.”
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Bridging cultures one dance step at a time! First @superjunior with me and “Group Dance” in their land South Korea, and now me with them and “Bachata” in my home NYC.🤟🏽 Proud to be your instructor @eunhyukee44 hahaha! You are officially baptized the best bachatero out of Korea by the princess of bachata – BOOM! 🎶🇰🇷🌏🇩🇴💛 #fortheculture
It definitely looked like Super Junior and Leslie Grace had fun in New York City! The two will be together again this weekend for their KCON performance at the Prudential Center in New Jersey.
The KCON festival will happen on Saturday, June 23rd and Sunday, June 24th, with Super Junior and Leslie Grace’s performance occurring on the 23rd. Other artists to perform that same day are Red Velvet, Pentagon, Stray Kids and Heize. Wanna One, NCT 127, Golden Child, fromis_9 and EXID are scheduled to perform the following day.
To learn more about the KCON convention, click here.