In 2015, Japan lifted its 67-year old ban on dancing after midnight.
Marian Morgan believed that dance could be used to enhance the instruction of just about any subject. And back in 1916, she toured the country with her six dancers, demonstrating how dance-enhanced education would work. The basic theory was that students would pay more attention if young female dancers performed at the front of the classroom as the lecturer talked.
17 people dancing to ‘I’ve Got the Power’ caused a Korean skyscraper to shake so violently that it was evacuated for 2 days.
Dancing in nightclubs is illegal in Japan.
In 1518 there was a “Dancing Epidemic”, where people uncontrollably danced for 4 to 6 days continuously, and died.