What are the chances of me moving to Korea and making it into the K-pop industry – Beautiful woman.
Sai XI Asked: What are the chances of me moving to Korea and making it into the K-pop industry?
I live in Canada…..and I think that my parents would never allow me to move to Korea when I'm older. Right now I am well on my way on being able to read and write in Hangul, I also plan on learning to speak the language as I would have to. Personally I don't think I have a bad face, I don't use makeup except for dance recitals.
Would I be multi-talented? I don't want to be arrogant but i guess I would have to list my talents:
- I dance, hip hop, tap, and musical theater
- I play the piano, cello, and violin
- I can act fine but I'd have to practice
- I can pick things up pretty fast as I am pretty good in academics but I don't think that really matters
Also my voice, as I am growing, it cracks….so I'll have to wait. But i have practiced singing and I think I have a good tone and I'd also like to rap. I am thinking of taking vocal lessons, though it'd be in English and I want to sing in Korean, would the it be worth it? I'm practicing in Korean songs even though I can't really understand and will wait a bit till I can manage the raps.
Should I also tell what I look like?
- dark brown medium-sized eyes
- black straight hair to around my waist
- bangs that half in the middle and swoop to the side
- pretty small and slim middle
- long skinny fingers
- big lips and kind of a square-ish face/head
I am half Filipino and half Chinese. No relatives in Korea. My mom wants me to be something like a doctor or lawyer studying at a university. I guess I could chose a university in Korea if that would work. I don't know if this is some dream of mine, because this is the first time I've ever actually wanted to be something. I didn't want to be anything when I was kid since my mom always said that I was going to be a doctor, so I was kind of like, ok imma gonna be a doctor. I was a realistic kid and didn't even think about being a princess, ballerina or anything like that. It was only until grade 4 I realized that there was no way I wanted to be a doctor. So until now, my future was kind of misty for me, I always thought I'd be a neet or traveler or a hermit.
If I decided that this is what I wanted to do what would be my chances be of making it into a company as a trainee in Korea? (Just so you know, i want to be in a small K-pop group, not too big but also not a solo career) and also implying that I would be practicing for it.
it all depends. we have many soldiers in korea right now so the koreans might not take you in as acceptable all because of your race and if your parents really dont want you to go i dont think that's too good of an idea especially since the only way of you getting back is by plane or boat but it's all up to you if you think you have that much talent go for it even though i have no idea why korea but if it's just because you want to travel join the army as a medic or something if you have no thought of fighting
moving to korea – fine, but making it into the industry might be hopeless as koreans are very proud people that look for local talent and dont recruit foreigners into the field that easily.
same goes for japan and other far east asian countries. Arasso ? kinchana …^^
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