“I am feeling nervous, self conscious, however most of all, excited for my YG audition and feeling very hopeful. I am constantly preparing every day, from outfits to how I am going to perform my own written songs, and how they are going to sound with my guitar riffs. However most of all I’m trying to succeed and make people proud of me.”
~ T. (2012 London auditionee)
The YG auditions are just around the corner! How many people in the UK have applied and are feeling the nerves already!? After a panic stricken weekend with many applicants not having received a confirmation email from YG, hopefully everyone should now have their allotted times and the only thing left to do is practice and prepare. The main consensus is that everyone is nervous, and we don’t blame you! We want to applaud you for being so brave and stepping up to the challenge to make your dreams come true.
Because we always try to be helpful, we’ve collected up as much information as we can and created a nice little check list for you, so you have one less thing to worry about on the day!
Date: Saturday 16 June 2012 (This Saturday!)
Time: Applicants – You should have your own allocated audition time in your confirmation email
Walk in applicants – YG Auditions Facebook states walk-applicants should come between 10am to 1:30pm, but please note you might have to wait a lot longer than
those who applied in advance!
Address: Korean Cultural Centre UK, Grand Buildings, 1 – 3 Strand,
London WC2N 5BW
– ID should have a photo of you for identification
(should be same one you have sent via e-mail.) No spare forms will be available!
4) – Applicants under 13 must bring The admission of Legal guardian, signed by guardianPlease make sure you have everything to avoid any mishaps on the day!
Underground Disruptions – Make sure you go on TFL to check, there are a few planned engineering works happening. One notable disruption is the Central line which will be suspended between Marble Arch and Bethnal Green
We at Korean Class MASSIVE would like to wish all our friends, family and readers who are auditioning ‘Good Luck’ and FIGHTING!
Please try not to be too nervous and most importantly enjoy the experience!