CruiseTake a sneak peek of Dream Cruises' latest Hallyu-inspired sailings that bring the world to Singapore passengers.

Ppalli ppalli, sail the Korean wave with World Dream

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WD Official ceremony
The official ceremony with Michael Goh (centre), Ambassador of the Republic of Korea His Excellency Ahn Young-jip, and ship captain Jonny Mehtola on 20 February 2021. Photo Credit: Dream Cruises

While Singapore borders remain largely closed, Dream Cruises is bringing a series of globe-trotting themes on board World Dream to entice local residents to sail with the cruise line.

First up is World Dream's ‘Rhythm of Korea’ sailings, taking place from 21 February to 31 March. During this period, cruise passengers can expect screenings of some of South Korea's iconic blockbuster movies at the Cinema at Sea, sign up for the various beauty talks and hairstyling workshops, as well as Hallyu K-Pop dance classes. There are also basic conversational classes for those who wish to pick up the language while at sea.

Meanwhile, Travel Weekly Asia got an inside look of the Hallyu-wave preview on board World Dream last week. More pictures below:


WD Hanbok Fashion Runway
Zodiac Theatre's stage temporarily transformed into a runway, featuring a Hanbok fashion show that showcased the Korean traditional costume.

WD ILDO Taekwondo Academy
Instructors showing off their nifty martial moves during the Taekwondo Academy.

WD Staff in hanbok
Crew got into the K-wave by donning hanbok. Photo Credit: Whey Whey Ng

WD Retail Items Available During Korea Theme
World Dream will offer passengers a taste of Korea, from Jeju chocolates to Korean abalones. Also, there'll be culinary classes teaching classic recipes such as kimchi and kimbap.

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