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It’s a K-move: These Indian dancers are tapping into people’s K-pop interests with their workshops

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Updated on: 01 October,2022 09:46 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Sarasvati T | sarasvati.nagesh@mid-day.com

Fostered by the ever growing love for K-pop, the urge to groove to the tunes of their favourite Korean stars is creating a demand for K-pop instructors in Indian cities. These dancers are catering to the needs of young fans and enthusiasts

It’s a K-move: These Indian dancers are tapping into people’s K-pop interests with their workshops

Dancers Sasha Baptista (left) and Moon Moon Kuki took a step ahead to conduct K-pop workshops. Image courtesy: Baptista and Moon


“I was hooked to K-pop for their dances and the versatility that came with it. Unfortunately, there weren’t any K-pop classes in Mumbai. I felt there was a need for it given the growing interests,” says Sasha Baptista, a 23-year-old dancer from Mumbai, who has been a K-pop enthusiast since 2017.


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