Having a quality breakfast is important to me as I’m not really a lunch/dinner person. After a night rest over at the Jijihyang Hotel, we gathered rather early in the morning next day for a quick breakfast before heading back to Seoul City for our Singing & Dancing lesson.
Guess what! Jijihyang Hotel provides such lovely home-made breakfast!
Each of us have a set of this!! *yummy*
Even the fruits were cut into bite-sizes for easy consumption! How thoughtful of them! (♥′θ’♥)
While travelling back to Seoul city, I notice something…
Did you see the fence?
Jenny explained that those fence were built as a ‘prevention’ in case any North Koreans swim over. =/
Since there’s no jam and we managed to get back to Seoul less than an hour(On a Monday morning), all of us went to a small cafe to chill~
This Tapioca latte taste not bad as well!
So… Are you excited to learn about the academy that we went to?
Our Vocal & Dancing teacher are already waiting for us. ^^
While we settled ourselves and warming up, how can I give selca a miss when there’s such a huge mirror?! =P
Hatsue 언니 is well prepared to dance! Look at her sudden change of attire!
And the song that we’re going to learn is non-other than…
Since there are 12 of us, we were split into 2 teams, Team A and B.
After a round of battle between the 2 teams….
Team A won! *skip and dance like PSY*
During the interval break, I went to loiter about this academy.
Over at Sand Factory, they have about 2 levels of practise rooms, 2 recording studios and dance rooms for their students.
And from what I had learnt, they have on-going mini concert/performing opportunities to boast the confidence level of the students before they head out for audition as well.
Some artists were from/came to Sand Factory as well. Baek Ji Young is one of them.
With our Vocal trainer, HyeLim-ssi.
FYI, She had released a single album last year! What shocked Kang Yi and I was that, she’s younger than us! (by months). *(><)*
Our Dancing trainer.
Don’t you think he looks like handsome Nicholas Tse?? ^^
A pose with Sandfactory wallpaper.
I have to admit that I really had a fun time over at Sand Factory.
Maybe when my korean is much better, I might want to try recording a song here? *dreaming*
In my Next Post, I would give you a short brief about where you should visit in Gangnam-gu, which you could plan in your itinerary in future! (It’s a half-day tour as well!)
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