S.M. Entertainment aims to open K-pop school
The agency, known for a host of high-profile singers and entertainers, said it expects to get approval from authorities in March, paving the way for the launch of the school before a new semester begins here.
|Virtual building design for "K-pop international school" (S.M. Entertainment)|
S.M. Entertainment said it expects 50 to 100 students to enroll in the school in the first year. About 30 percent of students will be Koreans, while 70 percent will be foreign students. At the international school, students are expected to take middle and high school qualification exams for Korea as well as the United States.
By Jie Ye-eun (firstname.lastname@example.org)