161130 Crayon Pop At SBS Love FM Radio’s Love Concert Genki | December 1, 2016 | Performance | 12 Comments | On 30 November, Crayon Pop sans Soyul performed at the SBS Love FM Radio’s Love Concert, where they performed Doo Doom Chit and Bar Bar Bar, and the twins participated as MCs. Watch their performances below. The twins also assisted in some MC-ing. Related Tags:Crayon Pop, sbs love fm radio's love concert Related Posts 151017 Crayon Pop at Silk Road Cultural Festival No Comments | Oct 17, 2015 150912 Crayon Pop at Dasan Jeong Yakyong festival No Comments | Sep 12, 2015 151126 Crayon Pop at Money Today Mobile App Awards No Comments | Nov 27, 2015 141028 Strawberry Milk on SBS ‘The Show’ 4 Comments | Oct 28, 2014 Paul Nikel Awesome 🙂 Enjoyed the performance very much, and its great they got to move closer to the audience too. Crayon Pop!!! Fighting!!! John Vawter Are those dudes super tall, or are the twins shrinking? Aloha The twins will shrink but not for another 50 years. They are petite little things. Kawaii. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/78a00c4c586fcc01795b9c7f2b970b137682c74dc6a0cd0970df3c35e9f90d09.gif John Vawter They’re auditioning to be in the Mothra remake: https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7081cf968cf4c3498cd793b5ba70716612923395ce30add1924f66b30442c3b0.jpg Aloha I’m familiar with The Peanuts. They were identical twins and singer’s from Japan. They also played the role of the singing fairies in a few Godzilla movies. The above picture is from Godzilla vs. Mothra. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/422e9cc02e732e415eb89068cff821614e91a864a51b9368864622a6b1eb839b.jpg Aloha Supposedly identical twins were very rare in Asian countries such as Korea and Japan. That’s one of the reasons why The Peanuts were so famous. It might not be so rare today with fertility treatments. I don’t know. John Vawter Asians have the lowest twin rates, Africans the highest, with everyone else in between. The gaps have apparently narrowed but not disappeared with the advent of fertility treatments. The Peanuts must’ve been the first Asian women I ever saw. I remember seeing Gidorah at a drive-in theater in Portland Oregon around 1972. I would’ve been 5 years old at the time. Portland didn’t have many immigrants back then, and it wasn’t until the late ’70s that some Vietnamese and Cambodians resettled there. I remember thinking The Peanuts were really cute, but Japan was really weird. Now thru the magic of YouTube, I can see that Japan is still really weird. 😛 Aloha The strangest thing you immediately notice in Japan are vending machines. They are everywhere. After a while, you love them. They are very convenient. Japan has great food, clean and safe cities. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/adccf921e29a955e988b46d7ac04f71e3231015c34de5982215e5546c8087f6e.jpg Capa They looked pretty small compared to Girls’ Day too! But they’re still the best next-door-looking girls (not tall, leggy, supermodel-like idols) out there! Except maybe for Guemmi! Aloha Geummi looks amazing. Recently she posted a video of herself doing some weight training on Instagram and it’s really paying off now. Its given her a great shape and more power in her performance and dance. She just sparkles out there. Deplorable Bidnith I noticed how much higher she jumped than the other girls doing the “piston” on Bar3. I’m one of those that believes her workout routine has contributed greatly to how good she looks now. Well defined but not overly bulked up. I think she looks fabulous! Juliana Ocampo He visto mucha energía,,, me ha encantado..! my G baby:she looks beautiful.