Thanks to Instagram comedian Shiggy, the In My Feelings dance challenge that goes along with Drake’s song has taken the world by storm since June 29.

Numerous Hollywood celebrities such as Ciara, Will Smith and Kevin Hart, as well as musicians, social media stars and athletes have joined the viral phenomenon, also known as the Kiki Challenge, on social media. Even a video of a camel filmed outside a moving vehicle went viral.

The dance challenge has also reached South Korea’s shores. K-Pop idols such as soloists Samuel Kim and former member of now-disbanded girl group 2NE1 Minzy have taken on the dance craze, showing off some slick moves to Drake’s track.

Additionally, group members including Got7’s Yugyeom and Bambam, Kard’s B.M, Seven O’Clock’s A-Day and Pentagon’s Kino are some of the names that showcased their own interpretive dance moves of the song’s opening chorus and they totally nail it.

BTS’s J-Hope stole the spotlight when he uploaded his own dance rendition of the song while dancing outside a slow-moving car. His video reached more than 9 million views to date and led to a new challenge, #BASELINECHALLENGE, where fans post videos of themselves dancing to the 24-year-old’s song Baseline from his solo mixtape Hope World.

NCT’s members Ten, Johnny, Mark and Haechan are the latest K-Pop stars to complete the In My Feelings challenge while putting their own personal spin on it.