These dancers have choreographed everyone from EXO to TWICE and SEVENTEEN
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30 Jan 2019 - 1:14 PM  UPDATED 30 Jan 2019 - 1:15 PM

K-pop dance fans, this is your chance to learn some moves from two of K-pop's best choreographers.

The Academy Australia and K Dance Agency are bringing out Kasper and Youngjun for a dance workshop experience in Australia! They'll be visiting four cities around Australia to share their skills and teach some awesome moves.

Kasper aka Kim Tae Woo is the well-known trainer and choreographer for EXO. He's the man behind famous dances like "Call Me Baby" and "Ko Ko Bop", and he's also part of 1 Million Dance Studio when he's not on tour with SM Entertainment. 

Choi Young Jun won the 2017 MAMA for Best Choreographer and has dances like SEVENTEEN's "Mansae" and "Don't Wanna Cry", Wanna One's "Energetic", TWICE's "Knock Knock", MONSTA X's "Jealousy" and "Dramarama", and so many more, under his belt. He's also recently worked with Produce 48 as one of the trainers and choreographed "Rumors".

Now that you know their impressive credentials, here's the important info! The guys will be in Australia with workshops from 23 February to 6 March, and they'll be visiting Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Each class only has 60 spots, and you can book your tickets here.

Here's some more details on the workshop dates:

Sydney: Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 February @ DUTI Studios, Newtown

Brisbane: Wednesday 27 February @ CUPO, Fortitude Valley

Melbourne: Sunday 3 March @ Jason Coleman's Ministry of Dance, North Melbourne

Perth: Tuesday 5 & Wednesday 6 March @ King Street Arts Centre, Perth

Get more info here.


 

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