On the 5th, 100 international students from Yonsei University’s International Summer College (YISS) held a K-pop dance training experience at the World K-Pop Center.
They visited the World K-Pop Center in Namsan, learned Espa’s ‘Next Level’ point choreography from the WIP members of the World K-Pop Dance Crew, and also received tips on shooting SNS short-form content and filmed the release together.
Yonsei University’s International Summer College (YISS) was held from June 28th as a 4o6 week course in which students from foreign universities participate. This is an international education program where overseas students can experience extra-curricular programs and internships at Yonsei University during summer vacation and earn credits. Recorded,” he said.
This K-pop training experience is meaningful because it informs the revival of K-pop cultural tourism. K-pop is the most preferred Hallyu content abroad. Interest in K-pop leads to interest in and learning of ‘Korean’ and has a huge ripple effect as it expands to the Korean wave of arts such as dramas, movies, literature, and visual and performing arts. In particular, it is very popular among young people, so it is encouraging in that it can lay the foundation for the continuous spread of Hallyu and people-to-people exchanges from a long-term perspective.