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Can K-Pop become a transnational genre?
Can K-Pop become a transnational genre?
2017-07-07
In the 1970s, Korean Pop was following the footsteps of British and American music. It was almost impossible to find a musician or listener who didn’t listen to Western Pop, and that music served as the yardstick for measuring music quality...
The coolest place of the world to go to learn the Korean language
The coolest place of the world to go to learn the Korean language
2017-07-05
How many people are currently studying Korean around the world? The activities of “Talk to Me in Korean” team are matchless in the market in the sense that they keep producing textbooks of the Korean language reflecting the detailed concern...
Born in New York, Made in Seoul - EXP Edition, a K-Pop group without Koreans
Born in New York, Made in Seoul - EXP Edition, a K-Pop group without Koreans
2017-06-21
As the name Expedition suggests, there are four New Yorkers who are exploring the world of K-Pop. Sime and Frankie, whose dream was becoming musicians and actors, and Koki, who used to work as a fashion model, and Hunter, who was preparing ...
Busan Contents Market: A Global Festival of Broadcasting, Video, and Business
Busan Contents Market: A Global Festival of Broadcasting, Video, and Business
2017-06-21
Busan Contents Market (BCM), the biggest Broadcast, Video and Business festival in Asia, has come to an end on May 13 with 2,812 buyers and sellers from 46 countries, 1,014 companies with a trade record of 120 million dollars ($122,117,957)...
A Gem for the Hallyu fans in Central and South America
A Gem for the Hallyu fans in Central and South America
2017-05-30
Last March, there was an event that gathered attention of Hallyu fans all over Central and South America. KCON, a large Hallyu convention that usually took place in North America, Europe, and Asia, was held in Mexico. While a variety of K-P...
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