Is K-pop trainee life hard?
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. When a trainee is accepted into a company they have to sign a contract with the company and if they want to give up and leave the company it can be difficult.
How many hours does a K-pop trainee practice?
K-pop stars in training work for 18 hours a day and are encouraged to starve themselves.
How long does a K-pop trainee last?
2 to 4 years
The life as a trainee is known to be a difficult one with the tight schedules as a result of this some give up on their dreams to become a kpop idol. The average training period for a trainee is 2 to 4 years.
Who is the fastest K-pop idol to debut?
1. Super Junior’s Ryeowook – Two months (2005) Ryeowook joined Super Junior just a couple of months before their debut, as his contract identified him as a member rather than a trainee. As stated on an episode of “Kiss The Radio,” he had to record on the same day he signed the paperwork.
What is K-pop training like?
Often referred to as music “boot camp,” K-pop training among some of the nation’s biggest talent agencies is intense, to say the least. And with only a fraction of trainees able to become K-pop stars, the atmosphere among trainees can be fiercely competitive and cutthroat.
Are trainees lucky to be near idols?
Fans of kpop usually think trainees are lucky and all because we get to be close to idols, but that’s not really the case. But I’ll get to the idols in just a second.
Are the Korean trainees all that welcoming?
I don’t really want to say this but it has to be said; the Korean trainees weren’t all that welcoming. Not all, but some of them would look at me and scowl and stuff like that. I later found out it was partially due to my background, but also because another rival was added to their tonnes of rivals already.
Is trainee life like heaven or hell?
My parents gave in and agreed. I was an SM trainee from 2010 until August 31st on this year. I trained until the very last day before leaving for the UK earlier this September 1st. In some of the posts here, trainee life is either made out to be like heaven or like hell. For me personally, from my experience, it was both heaven and hell.