K-Pop Dance Club’s (KPDC) fall showcase, nightlife, brought in new vibes, new looks, and tons of new dances. Each semester, KPDC hosts a free showcase in the university center, where groups of club members perform numerous dances to popular k-pop songs. Every time I attend these showcases, I’m always so amazed by how many people love K-pop. There are usually over one hundred people that participate in the showcase, all of whom have various dancing backgrounds. This semester’s KPDC showcase was unique, where there was a greater variety of the types of dances that groups performed. There seemed to be a good balance of edgy, darker themed dances, like the ones to NCT 2018’s “Black on Black” or NCT U’s “BOSS”. But there were also more cutesy pop dances like the one to MOMOLAND’s “BAAM”, and even some smoother, sensual dances like for Jay Park’s “All I Wanna Do”. The variety worked perfectly with the event’s theme: nightlife. KPDC also did something this year that they’ve never done before which was host an afterparty, Luminescence, along with other cultural organizations Chinese Student Association and CMU Raasta. The entire KPDC event was a huge success, bringing in a full house of people for both the showcase and afterparty. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for next semester’s showcase!