Although TXT debuted less than a year ago, they have quite a few songs with amazing choreographies to match.
When deciding on which choreography was the toughest, Hueningkai and Taehyun didn’t have to think twice, instantly agreeing on the song that would take the top spot.
After Taehyun pointed out that it was “the best” out of all their choreographies, Hueningkai agreed while chuckling. There was a bit of a downside, “This is the toughest choreography we’ve ever done.”
To put into perspective how difficult it is, Hueningkai compared it to two of their other songs that have fierce choreography, “It’s like a combination of ‘Blue Orangeade’ and ‘Angel Or Devil’.”
The song they’d been discussing had been an unexpected one: “Can’t We Just Leave The Monster Alive?” Hueningkai explained, “Not only is the song long, the dance is really difficult.”
When they’d debuted, there was another song that had taken the top spot for the toughest choreography, “I never thought it could get any more difficult than ‘Blue Orangeade’.” Taehyun then revealed what had knocked it down a notch. It “may be tough, but the song is quite short.”
Pairing “Can’t We Just Leave The Monster Alive?” with “Blue Orangeade” on the same setlist had Taehyun speechless with how difficult they were to dance to. “Now that I’ve tried both… This is just…”
Hueningkai set the record straight, making Taehyun laugh in agreement, “For your information, ‘Can’t We Just Leave The Monster Alive?’ was way more difficult than learning ‘New Rules’ and ‘Angel Or Devil’ at the same time.”
Whether it performed on its own or with other songs, “Can’t We Just Leave The Monster Alive?” is the hardest of TXT’s choreographies. Listen to Hueningkai and Taehyun discuss it, starting from 15:30.