Participants will tour the SM Town studio in Samseong-dong for 30 minutes, and learn the latest K-pop moves from a professional choreographer for 60 minutes.
According to a survey conducted on foreigners that plan to visit Korea, 50.2 percent of the respondents answered that Hallyu was the first thing that they picture when they thought of Korea.
However, respondents also pointed out that the chances of experiencing Hallyu during their visit were scarce.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government planned the program to meet the wants of tourists. The program will be expanded to other regions after the test run this year.
All visitors can participate until the program ends on November 24.
By M.H.Lee (email@example.com)