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  1. Hello, I was wondering if anyone is interested in joining a kpop dance group. My name is Luna and I would like to create a dance group. If you are interested please let me know. Our gmail is whitefadedsilence@gmail.com
  2. Are you in the Houston Area? Do you enjoy listening to Kpop? Do you want to learn and master Kpop inspired choreographies? Then please comment below with your email or some type of contact info. I am hoping to start a Kpop cover dance group here in Houston, I have previous experience in a dance group and learn Kpop choreo. I have experience learning and teaching kpop choreographies and would love to learn songs with others.
  3. A bunch of people I know, don’t know much about Korean entertainment, let alone K-pop, and how massive it is. Help me show them what a big part of our lives it has become.... How and what got you into Korean entertainment (if it doesn’t relate to a k-pop group as already discussed in a previous thread)? It could be the time you saw a music video playing at McDonald’s in New York City or your aunt was watching a Korean drama on TV, or your little sister insisted on watching a Korean variety show and you had nothing else to do……or you were traveling and came across a K-pop product. What do you think differentiates Korean entertainment from other countries? What about it makes you thirsty for more? Would you consider it a gateway to Korean culture? Have you looked into other things about Korea and Korean culture after you were hooked on K-entertainment? Is visiting Korea on your bucket list? Do you semi-understand Korean and have you added random Korean words in your daily language? Have you ever bought something because you saw it on TV or your favorite K-celeb wear or use it? SHARE WHY IT’S SO SPECIAL AND WHY YOU LOVE IT ALL. THE REASONS WHY YOU’RE HOOKED ONCE YOU START (don't hesitate to pm me too!)
  4. Hiya guys and gals, I've always wondered how people first became interested in Korea and learning Korean. After living here in Seoul for seven years, I met a lot of foreigners and always wondered why they moved to Korea. And after asking a lot of people, I found that the vast majority of people became interested in Korea for one reason. So I created a video called "How did you first become interested in Korea and learning Korean?" (video link) ----- I'm interested in other people's journey in getting into Korea, so I have two questions: 1. How did you first become interested in Korea and learning Korean? (Like what was your gateway to Korea.) 2. When did you first become interested in Korea? I'd love to hear peoples' take in either the video itself or comments below.
  5. I am aiming to graduate in this December if I take summer classes at my current university. My summer classes will cost me about $3,000 and I found out that the final week of the summer term is the first week of the program in Korea. On top of that, I have to pay $1,150 for the program fee, $75 application fee, $25 insurance fee, and the airplane ticket which is $1,600. So I am looking to pay $2,850 to be in Korea for 3 weeks and that doesn't include extra money for souvenirs and meals. The credits in Korea only count as an elective which I don't really need. I have until mid-March to make a decision and I still don't know if it is worth it to join this program. I really want to go to Korea, but this is a lot of money coming out of my pocket for this summer alone. Also, if my professor doesn't allow me to take the final early then I cannot take my summer classes which will push back my graduation date. I don't know if this is all worth it. What do you guys think? Should I or should I not?
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