Average Kpop Idol Work Day. Being a K-pop idol is a full-time job and then some with groups reportedly expected to be on the clock all day every day. When taking dance lessons a trainee may train up to 5 hours or more a day practicing dancing and some trainees may also practice in their own time especially when the monthly evaluations are close.
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Life in Korea is difficult because of competition. Nearly one quarter of Japanese companies require employees to work more than 80 hours of overtime a month according to a 2016 government. Actresses have even been known to kill themselves over the expectation of prostitution. Japan has some of the longest working hours in the world.