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Sistar - So Cool cover dance Thailand

The one in the black shirt is insanely good, but the whole group is great. The quality of the song starts off a little shaky, but it gets so good after a few seconds. Great job girls
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@supermoray: I think they are all good, but i really like the one with a black shirt and light blue shorts :) What do u think? who is ur fav?
@lili There are two girls in the black shirt. Which of the two did you mean? :)
i'm so proud of them =)) go go my fellow thais <3
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