Interviews

July 24, 2015 | 3708 Visits

K-Pop (Korean Pop) interviews are conversations with K-Pop artists or industry professionals that are conducted by journalists, radio hosts, or other media professionals. These interviews may be conducted in person, over the phone, or via video call, and they may be published in a variety of formats, including online news articles, podcasts, radio programs, and TV shows.

K-Pop interviews may cover a wide range of topics, including the careers and personal lives of K-Pop artists, the business and culture of the K-Pop industry, and the experiences and perspectives of K-Pop fans. These interviews may be conducted in Korean or in other languages, and they may be targeted at a general audience or at a more specialized readership or listenership.

If you’re a K-Pop fan looking to learn more about your favorite artists and groups, or if you’re just interested in the K-Pop industry, K-Pop interviews can be a great source of information and entertainment.

A Kcrush interview with a very promising K-pop girl group, ‘Berry Good’

‘Berry Good’ is a five-member K-pop girl group who announced their debut on May 22th of 2014 by releasing their first single, ‘Love Letter.’ The group...
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A Kcrush Interview with Andrew Park: His story of re-adjusting to Korea, hobbies and future plans

For the past year or so, I’ve been interviewing various people from diverse backgrounds who have interesting stories to tell. This is probably the first time I’ve interviewed someone who is a friend of mine, but it does not mean I had...
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A Kcrush interview with the CEO of ‘Ballet Fitness’

Regardless of age and gender, the people of our generation are generally interested in health and keeping in shape. They also have the tendency to be very...
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Interview: Getting to Know CHEMICAL X

  With the Hallyu Wave growing bigger, not only do we love hearing about and seeing our favorite artists coming to shore, but we also...
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A Kcrush Interview with the talented Korean Indie band, Blue Paprika

‘Blue Paprika’ is a Korean Indie band that consists of three musicians whose names are Won-young Lee, Kihoon Sung and Min-gyu Kang. They are an Indie...
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A Kcrush Interview with Ali

Ali is a Korean singer-songwriter famous for her rich and soulful voice. Her stage name, ‘Ali’ was inspired from the world’s greatest boxer, Muhammad...
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A Kcrush Interview with the Co-founder of Korrito, Joo Lee: Introducing the taste of Korean food to Londoners

Food has always played a crucial part in Korean culture. Bringing friends, families and communities together is one of the reasons that makes Korean food so special. Peoples’ tastes and expectations for food are changing rapidly as the world’s...
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JJCC – The K-pop group formed by Jackie Chan

JJCC – pronounced as J-J-C-C, is the first K-pop group formed under the management of the world’s superstar, Jackie Chan. For many years, Jackie Chan has been a fan of Korean pop music, so Chan took up the challenge to launch a project for a...
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The Big “I” with Big B Radio Part 2

Radio DJs often stand at the forefront of music culture. They get to experience music audiences firsthand to see who reacts to the music and what could possibly be the “next big thing” on the scene. We continue our interview with Big B Radio. In...
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The Big “I” with Big B Radio Part 1: Getting to Know You

In the early 2000s, Asian entertainment culture began its spread to Western audiences. Anime, manga, dramas, film, and music migrated toward the computers of Westerners by way of illegal file sharing and YouTube, creating the boom of which many are...
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Interview With The New Starlet Singer-Songwriter, Dabit

Introducing a newcomer singer-songwriter, Dabit Dabit  is a Korean-American  who was born and raised in the State of Ohio.   Dabit’s real name is David Kim and his Korean name is Jungwook Kim.    Dabit’s name was an...
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Say YES to ‘Say Yes’

Say YES to ‘Say Yes’ is a Korean band with five talented members who are musical enough to compose, produce and write lyrics for their own music and play their own instruments. ‘Say Yes’ is a Korean band with five talented members who are...
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Say ‘Annyeonghasaeyo! -Hello!’ to B.I.G…

B.I.G (Which stands for ‘Boys In Groove’) is a just-released five-member boy band from Korea. Since debuting with their first single, ‘Annyeounghaseyo’, which is a greeting for ‘Hello’ in Korean, the boys have already marked themselves...
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What’s Up With WA$$UP?

Wassup is a Korean girl group formed under Sony Music and Mafia Records, which debuted in August 2013, after being in training for three years. Wassup’s music video for the first single “Wa$$up” was released on August the 7th, which was in no...
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Finally out! LU:KUS

LU:KUS is a newly emerged all male band, whose members are fully equipped with vocal, rap and dance skills… LU:KUS consists of 5 members with the names Donghyun, J. One, Kyungjin, Choi, and Jinwan. And, the band was formed to target...
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