Vocals school graduates say ‘we will fight for it’

A vocal school graduates from Bese vocal West School of the Future in Seoul say they will fight to become vocal school instructors.

They say they were inspired to become teachers by their father and uncle who taught at a vocal school.

The group of five students at the school received a certificate from the school last week.

The students also received an honorarium.

The school’s director, Choi Hyeong-seon, said the students are now taking the next step in their career path by becoming teachers.

The organization’s website said the school will teach about singing, singing in the public, and teaching students to sing.

It has a student body of about 300.

It is located in the eastern part of Seoul and has been operating since 2013.

Seoul’s first vocal school opened in 2004, and it has since expanded to include many more schools.

In April, Seoul Mayor Lee Cheol-kyung announced plans to expand the school, which is in the southeastern part of the city.

The expansion is part of his Vision 2020 plan to improve the city’s educational system.

The school’s students, including those in their early 20s, will be taught by students from various schools in Seoul and other parts of South Korea.

The children will also have the opportunity to participate in other schools, like the Sungkyunkwan School, a vocational school, or the Kwonju School, which has a vocal and musical program.

A vocal school is also part of President Park Geun-hye’s ambitious plan to transform Seoul into a national model for vocational education, which includes setting up schools and providing vocational training to students in different industries.

On Wednesday, Park made an emotional plea to the students, saying she wants to see them working hard in the future.

“This school is my dream.

It’s the future I want to see for my children.

I want this school to be a place where students can get a good education,” she said.

As part of Park’s efforts, she is planning to create the country’s first nationwide vocal school for the next five years.

She has also announced plans for the government to set up the countrys first national vocational school.