K-Pop dance party at home is set to be as easy as one to three as Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) teams up with well-loved and K-Pop Dancing Diva Dasuri Choi to bring the party into the Filipino homes.
K-Pop fans are in for a huge treat this October, until November, as KCC gives free energetic and thematic dance tutorials courtesy of Dasuri featuring six of the most popular K-Pop groups of this generation.
Divided into five themes namely: Boy Crush, Femme Fatale, Energy Pop, Legendary Idols and K-Pop Rookies, the K-Dance Party, K-Dance Party features the songs of idol groups’ BTS, Hwasa, Oh My Girl, Seventeen, Super Junior, and Itzy, which aims to light up the home dance floors and lead even non-dancers to bop into different grooves.
After mastering the dance tutorials, K-Pop fans can also win K-Pop albums and other exclusive K-Pop merch and KCC goodies, when they join the K-Dance Party. Cover Dance Challenge segment.
By simply uploading their creative dance covers of their chosen songs on SNS, six winners, or one each theme, will be chosen by KCC based on Movement Accuracy, Facial Expression, and Creativity & Style.
Submission of entries for the K-Dance Party Cover Dance Challenge starts on Nov. 1, and the deadline for entries is on Nov. 13.
K-Dance Party! Cover Dance Challenge is still part of KCC’s ongoing Korea At Home Campaign, which aims to bring a holistic Korean culture experience into the Filipino homes during his pandemic.
Catch K-Dance Party exclusively on KCC Philippines’ YouTube Channel every Friday and Sundays at 5:00 p.m. until Nov. 1.
Follow the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KoreanCulturalCenterPH/ and @kccphil on Instagram and Twitter for more updates about the K-Dance Party! Cover Dance Challenge and other KCC events and activities..
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