My dating place and lee
The class is particularly popular for its dating assignment, in which students are paired with random partners to go on four-hour-long dates.
"There are a fair number of students who come for the dating assignment," said instructor Bae Jeong-weon.
Natasha, from Englefield Green, Surrey, said: "It's 100% a good way to stand out on Tinder.
"Even if he and I never go on a date, he will definitely get one with a profile like that.
"You have the ones with the guys in their group of friends and guess which one is them. It's nice to see someone taking the mick really.
"I think it speaks of someone's character that everyone has already labelled him as funny and marriage material because the photos have shown his personality." She added: "He's not afraid of taking the mick out of himself in a public place, never mind somewhere private.
“It’s the first time I’m releasing an album in a while and I thought people might be curious as to how I grew, so I wanted to convey the songs, lyrics, and colors of a 24-year-old and had many ideas,” said Lee Hi.
“If I had released an album for every year I got older, I would’ve been able to record the emotions fitting for that age.
Natasha Reid was bowled over when she swiped on hunky Lee - whose dating profile is filled with photos showing him lounging around in style.
"There are students who have never dated before, and there are some who want to create opportunities by dating like this." Such classes may be necessary.
In 2018, a majority of South Koreans aged 20-44 were single and only 26% of the unmarried men and 32% of unmarried women in that age group were in relationships, according to the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs (KIHSA).
Lee, 28, had listed that he was a "fan of taking photos in Ikea" - and it was then that the penny dropped and she realised the pics were all a brilliant joke.
Despite her surprise, 24-year-old Natasha claims the hilarious photos made Lee stand out from the crowd as her most memorable match.