This article examines the characteristics of the recommendable directions for Munhwayesul kyoyuk (Cultural Arts Education) that Oh-Regina Dance Company (a.k.a. Ore Dance) realized through its YouTube production, Dancing life, Happy up! Through its production of Dancing life, Happy up!, Oh-Regina Dance Company showed the ways that make non-contact Munhwayesul kyoyuk successful. Since COVID-19 forced the world to find new ways to meet the problems caused by the pandemic, using the online media has been the most important matter for the people in the arts-field. The Oh-Regina Dance Company with its Dancing life, Happy up! shows a couple of the desirable directions for Munhwayesul kyoyuk in Korea. One of the directions to which Munhwayesul kyoyuk shoud go is that artistic experience should be realized through an active physical performance of the students. At the same time, such an experience should be in a form of a physical practice or a team project that pursues problem-solving. The other characteristic of the desirable direction for Munhwayesul kyoyuk is that building a community should be aimed through the online media. According to Oh-Regina Dance Company’s achievements, various levels of communities can be made through utilizing the onlime media. The “community” can be constructed between the members of family, friends, or performer and the viewer. When a Munhwayesul kyoyuk (Cultural Arts Education) program is done “on-line,” the most important question should be if the program have same effects and identity with a program done “off-line.” Oh-Regina Dance Company with its production Dancing life, Happy up! proves that the same effects and the identity of Munhwayesul kyoyuk can be realized when Munhwayesul kyoyuk is done through the online media.