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Ki To | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Beginner

About K-Pop

Class Description:

K-pop, short for Korean popular music, is a form of popular music originating in South Korea as part of South Korean culture. It includes styles and genres from around the world, such as pop, hip hop, R&B, experimental, rock, jazz, gospel, reggae, electronic dance, folk, country, disco, and classical on top of its traditional Korean music roots. Originally known as 'Gayo' in Korea, modern K-pop "idol" culture began in the 1990s. Our KPOP instructors will either highlight other KPOP choreographers reteaching combos from various music videos or create their own choreographed influences from various styles of dance.  Students should expect to learn fun combos and increase their performance quality.

Suggested Footwear:


Suggested Experience Needed:

No prior dance experience recommended

Related Classes:

Jazz Funk, Pop Jam, Reggaeton, K-Pop, Bollywood Funk, Waacking, Hip-Hop

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Meet Ki To

Instagram: @kito_0709 | @kitthetiger

YouTube: @kito_0709  

Ki To is a full time dancer, choreographer, and model working all over the Bay Area and SoCal. Ki To has danced for corporations such as GAP, WAYMO, and Genentech — and has modeled for major commercials featuring BENEFIT Cosmetics, EM Cosmetics, and was the face for K-Swiss x McLaren’s collaboration.

As a dancer his emphasis is Choreo, Jazz Funk, K-Pop and Waacking. He currently has a strong grip on the K-Pop scene, and teaches at RAE Studios, City Dance, and CY Danceworks. When he isn’t teaching, he is working in beauty, commercials, or backup dancing for artists/corporations.

Ki To is currently apart of IN2THESAGE which is an upcoming trendy K-Pop crew that does both covers and original choreography to K-pop tracks and is represented by RAE Agency as both a model / dance talent.

Past Clients:

Dance - GAP, Google / WAYMO, Son Tung M-TP, Genentech

Model - BENEFIT Cosmetics, EM Cosmetics, K-Swiss x McLaren, GMARO magazine, SHUBA magazine, and more.

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