Background of the drama series is at a high school cheerleading club. Cheer Up! depicts the friendships and loves of youths, while dealing with a harsh educational environment that emphasizes competition.

Set against the backdrop of an incredibly competitive high school, a group of students find solace in cheerleading club, led by their passionate leader, Kang Yeon-doo (Jung Eun-ji). Along with the social and romantic trials of adolescence, this unlikely group of cheerleaders smile in the face of unreasonable academic expectations.

Cheer Up! - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-10-05

Cheer Up! - Cheer Up (song) - Netflix

“Cheer Up” is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Twice, the lead single of their second extended play (EP) Page Two. It was released on April 25, 2016 by JYP Entertainment and distributed by KT Music. It is written and composed by Sam Lewis and Black Eyed Pilseung respectively. The song is the best-performing single of 2016, as it charted number one on Gaon Digital Chart. It also won several awards including Song of the Year in two major music awards shows, Melon Music Awards and Mnet Asian Music Awards.

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Billboard and Dazed included “Cheer Up” in their best K-pop songs of 2016 lists, with the later writing that “if the dead had risen in 2016, they’d probably be required to bust out the 'Cheer Up' dance” while the previous called the chorus “criminally catchy” and stated that, with this single, Twice “solidify themselves as a leader in the girl-group game.” The song's “shy shy shy” line became a viral meme and was imitated by many celebrities. “Cheer Up” is commercially successful as it topped Gaon's Digital Chart with accumulative digital sales of 1,839,566 in 2016. It is also the most streamed song of that year with 111,556,482 streaming count. It entered Billboard charts' World Digital Songs at number 3.

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