The Academy | Our Trainers
The ACADEMY is an Australia-based agency designed as a platform for Australia’s talents to explore their potential through experiential training boot camps, reality-TV style workshops, and selected programs. Playing a dual role in bringing Australia’s talents to Asia, and Asia’s events into Australia, the ACADEMY connects talents with opportunities, and lifestyle with communities.
Trainers from KETC, Korean Entertaintment College
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Our Trainers




Do not be taken in by Boot Camp Master Class Trainer Kim Jin-Hwan’s boyish good looks and youthful energy, he has over 15 years of experience in the K-Pop industry.

Starting his journey as a dancer in 2001 at the Shin Seung-Hoon LA Concert, he quickly moved up the ranks from back up dancing on several pop stars’ albums and concerts such as the albums of Ha Ji-Won, Sinbi, and Sonya, and Sung Si-Kyung at Dream Concert to becoming a trainer at Openworld Entertainment.

He discovered his love for dance training and choreography while working with collaborators and other dancers. The intensity of creating dance pieces drives his passion. In 2013, he worked with G20, a Thailand girl group who shot to fame on the Korean TV show ‘Star King’ and Got7 formed by JYP Entertainment in 2014.

Jin-Hwan is currently a K-Pop Dance Professor at Korea Entertainment College, the dance trainer for DS Entertainment A6P and key choreographer for Bloomy, a Korean girl pop group.



Boot Camp Master Class Trainer Park Seung Min may seem a bit aloof when you first meet him but there’s nothing to fear. For someone whose passion lies in dancing, Seung Min has spent the last 16 years as a dancer, trainer, and choreographer.

In early 2000, Seung Min debuted as a dancer on Zeno Dance Team in Korea. Over the last two decade, he has worked with idol groups EVO9, Candy Mafia, and CUP-C, just to name a few. He has also worked with Psy, the singer famous for his global hit song “Gangnam Style”, and with the well-known girl group Brown-Eyed Girls on many of their songs.

Seung Min was also a weekly column writer for the Daily News K-Pop Dance, took on judging roles in many dance competitions, and worked as a choreographer for OLAY commericals.

An unstoppable force, Seung Min recently choreographed (and made special appearances) in Brown-Eyed Girls’ “Brave New World” and “Warm Hole” music videos, which were widely acclaimed by industry experts for their concept and choreography.




Talent Scout Ko Woo Rim is a sweetheart, and her vision for the K-Pop world is to bring as many talents as she can find, give them a platform to perform, and a stage to show their worth.

Ko majored in Vocal at the Seoul Arts-Occupational Training College so she knows that the journey of becoming an artiste is not easy. In 2007, she joined MG Entertainment in artist development and training. In the following years, she worked with many big entertainment agencies such as FNC Academy and Mono Entertainment to bring their artistes to higher grounds.

As a freelance vocal trainer, coach, and guide, Ko has also bagged several big projects – she worked on the Worldcup Song with Psy and Kim Jang Hoon in 2014, and was also a part of the production of Lee Seung Chul’s album and TVXQ!’s album showcase.