Kpop Idol Trainee Debt. Becoming a kpop traineeidol is kind of a big decision. K-pop is known for impossibly photogenic young stars impeccably choreographed dance routines and undeniably catchy tunes.
You are going to be in a highly competitive environment where you can be easily replaced. As a result K-pop idols may not make large profits. K-Pop idols go through intense trainee programs in order to chase their dreams and debut as an artist no matter which company they work for or which group they end up in.
YouTube channel AYO brought in long-time trainee Bin Ha Neul and her former label mate Choi Ye Jin.
Their earnings would go into paying back their debt. Training Even if you become a trainee there is no guarantee that you will debut. Minjoon became a trainee at the age of sixteen but the reality of debut did not come true even after eight years of training. There have also been rumors that he is of mixed ethnicity but it has not yet been confirmed.