The essence of dance etiquette is to be polite. Do not go out on the dance floor if you do not want to be dancing with the appropriate people. Do not try to out-taste your partner (unless of course, that’s a part of your own personality).
Dancing etiquette includes the steps of the dance as well as your dancing. Some elements of dance etiquette are:
How far back from your partner you are going to dance,
how far back in the line dancing to your partner from yours in the line-up,
keeping your clothes, shoes and dance shoes separated (and what not, and what not not to do!),
making sure you and your partner are moving in the same direction while dancing,
how to set up a rhythm with others,
and if your partner is a karaoke artist, how to dance the karaoke to his or her song. Please refer to our “Learn How to Dance In Korea” article for detailed information.
Please note some of the things to remember regarding dance etiquette:
You should always stay within your partner’s line of sight, the “pushing your limit” rule. Avoid looking at someone, unless your partner is looking back. You should always maintain a positive attitude towards your partner, without being rude. Acknowledge mistakes, say sorry to your partner and move on (please see the “Dancing Without Distractions or Complimenting” article). If your partner looks away or at someone else, immediately stop dancing. If you notice you are taking too long, start dancing again. If you are caught dancing out of place, your only option would be to leave the dance floor. The key to maintaining a positive attitude towards your partner is to move away as frequently as possible. Please refer to the “Dancing Without Distractions or Complimenting” article for the proper etiquette for doing this.
The key to maintaining a positive attitude towards your partner is to move away as frequently as possible. Please refer to the “Dancing Without Distractions or Complimenting” article for the proper etiquette for doing this. If you notice yourself acting too “aggressive” when dancing with your partner, do not stay and take all (or any) offense from your partner.
Be conscious of everyone’s safety as you are the last to leave and the first to come back in (to avoid danger). Please see our “Dancing Without Distraction or Complimenting” article for more
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