The coach is a girl dressed in cute, childish attire. She has pink bobbed hair, a green T-shirt with a pastel yellow and blue collar and some dark blue stripes, a high-waisted belt with blue stripes held by two circles (a red and a light yellow one), a red skirt with pink polka dots, two circles (a light yellow one and a green one) with dark blue stripes and green and pastel blue rectangles on the bottom, green socks, and red heels with a blue highlight. She has a white thin outline over a thin periwinkle outline in full opacity.
The background is full of pastel geometric shapes. Fruits, vegetables, and pairs of dancing/jumping legs appear throughout. A polar bear makes a few appearances; numbers and Chinese characters appear during the pre-chorus and between the second and third choruses.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine (1 on Just Dance Unlimited and Now):
Gold Moves 1 and 2 (removed on Just Dance Unlimited and Now): Raise your arms 45° as if saying "I don’t know". Gold Move 3 (Gold Move on Just Dance Unlimited and Now): While bending over, stretch your arms out and bend your feet so that only your heels touch the ground. Gold Move 4 (removed on Just Dance Unlimited and Now): Transfer both arms from left to right with your palms facing the ground, while bending your left leg and then your right one.
Gold Moves 1 and 2
Gold Moves 1 and 2 in-game
Gold Move 3 (Gold Move on Just Dance Unlimited and Now)
Gold Move 3 (Gold Move on Just Dance Unlimited and Now) in-game
Gold Move 4
Gold Move 4 in-game
Tui Zhi Ge is the first Chinese-language song in the series that features Japanese lyrics.
Three pictograms from 舞力全开2017 have been slightly edited in the Just Dance Unlimited version.
This makes Tui Zhi Ge, along with Qia La Yong Yuan OK - Future Underworld Mix the seventh and eighth post-Just Dance 3 to receive changes in their pictograms.
The routine uses moves from the official music video.
Although the pictogram for Gold Move 3 instructs players to clumsily walk backwards and rigidly shake their arms, one must simply stretch their arms out to earn points, as the backwards walk is not counted.