Netizens are talking about the alleged benefits of being a Cube Entertainment trainee.
On an online community forum, a netizen shared a list of programs offered by the company to their idol trainees. From music lessons to various fitness programs, the care system seemed to be an ideal package for anyone interested in the entertainment field!
Upon seeing the list, some netizens commented, "I'd pay to be a Cube Entertainment trainee", "Honestly, this is like a top-class private school type of education", "Can I attend Cube as a paying student?", "I want to be their trainee for one year at least, pleaseeee".
Check out the compilation below!
-They must turn in their cellphones as soon as they enter.
-They must record in their practice diary every day and have it checked.
1. Cube Language School (if they are foreigners)
-you get tested every week
-no matter what, you must speak Korean when inside the company building
-they have periodic conversational meetings where non-native speakers practice Korean together
2. Vocal lessons
-you must take these lessons even before getting a 'rap position' as a pre-debut trainee
5. Songwriting, lyric-writing, and producing / MIDI lessons
-talented trainees receive extra care
6. Japanese and Chinese languages
7. Lessons on character (personality)
-not simply a lesson on morals but about encouraging the trainees to think seriously about their future goals
-general manners required for recording sessions, music programs, between seniors and juniors, etc.
9. Psychological counseling
10. Personality test
-to have trainees understand each other despite incompatibilities
11. Fashion lessons
-you are given a certain amount of money by the instructor to go out and shop for clothes
12. Instrument lessons
-piano, guitar, drums in order to help songwriting
13. Acting lessons
-as future idols or musical actor
14. Fitness lessons
-good posture and straight spine, etc.
-trainees must be able to prepare a stage together
-just like an actual concert, trainees must prepare a 2.5hr show and perform in front of 100-200 people
-according to one of the label artists, about 15 trainees on average get kicked out after each showcase
17. Volunteer work
18. Education on sex and drugs
+After their debut, pilates and musical-specific lessons are offered to those who need them.
According to the post, another netizen had commented on a different forum, "Wow...I wish I could send my son to that label...1 year and he will have improved so much."
Other comments include:
"Wow..I'm so jealous. I wish my bias group had received that kind of training too"
"I don't have to debut...please just let me be their trainee.."
"This is so great and organize"
"They should build an academy lol"
Would you be interested in becoming a Cube Entertainment trainee, given these potential benefits?