How YG and JYP Entertainment’s Apprentices Differ According to Those With Firsthand Experience – KpopNews.com
Singing coach for more than a decade the sun reads taught budding stars in companies like YG entertainmentamong other. Gina MangAt the same time, he trained in the K-pop industry for 12 years, including JYP entertainment. In a video by Gina youtube Channel, gin everywhereThe couple revealed how interns from the two agencies have wildly different attitudes.
When Sol Lee mentioned that she had worked with YG Entertainment trainees who were trained at JYP Entertainment, she and Gina Maeng both agreed that there was a big difference between the two agencies’ budding stars. Gina explained that the difference had nothing to do with their abilities; in exchange, “They have different attitudes towards music and training..”
Gina says that from her own experience Park YOUthe founder and former CEO of JYP Entertainment, “He really likes “normal” things.Sol Lee agreed, noting that JYP Entertainment’s trainees had a “textbook“Learning atmosphere. Gina further explained that JY Park also likes interns.”put, lay [their] Risk and give life [their] All.”
[At JYP Entertainment,] you must be hungry you have to want it bath bad.
– Gina Maeng
Furthermore, Gina says that “Nobody had it as bad as Rain did when she was an apprentice.” Internationally successful soloist Rain He was recruited by JYP Entertainment in 2000. As he struggled to become a star, Gina confessed that the trainees after him were at a disadvantage as they couldn’t compare.
Gina’s explanation made a lot of sense to Sol Lee, who said she got the same taste of hard work from a former JYP Entertainment trainee that she once taught. Even when Sol Lee told the trainee that she didn’t have to work so hard, the trainee cried over what she was doing.he wasn’t good enough for her [own standards].”
It is never enough.
– Gina Maeng
Gina Maeng had a similar memory of her own days at JYP Entertainment, revealing that JY Park once found her crying in the dance practice studio because she was angry at herself for making a mistake. Instead of sharing her discomfort, Gina says, the founder smiled and said: “you remind me of myself; It’s like you’re my little sister.”
That desperation and passion that I carried with me even after I left JYP Entertainment has always been who I was. That’s something JYP Entertainment taught me.
– Gina Maeng
While they haven’t spoken much about YG Entertainment’s trainees, it seems they take a much less intense approach to training and aren’t as hard on themselves. As a language coach for YG Entertainment, Sol Lee explained that she takes a less rigorous approach to teaching. “I know they are criticized by everyone in the industry.“, he claimed, “So I wanted to be that encouraging person.”
Gina Maeng recalled that Sol Lee had the same attitude when teaching her that CJ E&M. In addition, Gina had another voice coach who also taught at YG Entertainment. Gina said she took a similar approach with the trainees, focusing on praising them for their efforts rather than pushing them to be perfect.
Overall, Gina and Sol Lee agreed that all agencies have their own vibe, especially with JYP, YG and little entertainment. Gina also clarified that this is what makes different agencies suitable for different stars, with each intern being best suited to the company that suits their personal work style.