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What are the chances of becoming a KPOP Idol?
There is probably less than 0.01\% chance of becoming a trainee, entering the debut group after the training period, getting to debut, and becoming successful afterwards. That’s why being a successful idol is less likely than winning the lottery.
What is the best age to become a KPOP Idol?
You can audition as early as 12 years old at many Kpop auditions. Therefore it is recommended to get a full two years of experience in dancing and voice training before auditioning. That means at the earliest you should be training at age 10.
Is being a kpop idol easy?
The life of a trainee can be hard and tiring. Many trainees may give up their dreams of becoming a kpop star but it can be hard giving up their dream too. While there are many people who love listening to kpop and wish to become a kpop idol themselves, it can be hard to actually become a kpop idol.
What does it feel like to live in Korea?
There is a strong social family feeling. To fit in with the culture you need to show interest in the language. It is also a good idea to try all the food and learn to love it. Korea feels a bit like an ‘inside group’.
What is it like to be a Korean woman?
Ladies, the typical Korean female has little problem showing off their legs Korea has a history of being isolated and neutral. They have changed a lot during the 2oth and 21st Centuries. There is a strong social family feeling. To fit in with the culture you need to show interest in the language.
What does it feel like to be in a Korean group?
Korea feels a bit like an ‘inside group’. You remember when you try to talk to a group of friends and they laugh about something random and then say “oh that’s an inside joke, sorry.” You feel kind of left out and wanting to know what the story behind that joke was.
Why do South Koreans touch each other nonstop?
South Korean boys and men practice a thing called skinship, where they pretty much touch each other nonstop. Platonically bonding through skin with your best pal is an accepted practice here, and no more sexual than a handshake.