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Articles that focus on the South Korean music genre known as K-Pop. K-Pop is a popular and fast-growing genre that is characterized by its catchy tunes, danceable beats, and elaborate music videos. K-Pop articles may cover a wide range of topics related to the genre, including the latest news and updates on K-Pop artists and groups, reviews of new K-Pop releases, and analysis of K-Pop’s impact on music and culture.

K-Pop articles may be written by fans, music critics, or industry professionals, and they may be published in a variety of formats, including online blogs, magazines, and newspapers. Some common types of K-Pop articles include news articles, reviews, interviews, features, and analysis pieces.

Whether you’re a die-hard K-Pop fan or just looking to learn more about the genre, K-Pop articles can be a great source of information and entertainment.


Review: The Girl with Seven Names

On July 2, 2015, Hyeonseo Lee’s book, The Girl with Seven Names, hit bookshelves and quickly captivated readers. The memoir focuses on Lee’s journey from North Korea’s Ryanggang Province to coping with life as a defector in China and beyond....
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Five Indonesian Gems

Five Indonesian Gems Indonesia is one of Asia’s most magnificent countries full of natural wonder and adventure for backpackers, honeymooners, surfers, or anyone looking for new experiences. Part of the excitement lies in the country’s many...
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Let’s Cook: Tapa (The Philippines)

Let’s Cook: Tapa (The Philippines) Tapa is a Filipino dish made from cured meat like venison, mutton, and beef. Tapa is part of the dish tapsilog which is made of tapa (the meat), Sinangag(fried rice), and itlog (eggs). Tapa is a dried meat that...
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GOT7’s Hot Summer Comeback

In a summer full of comebacks and debuts, GOT7’s 4th Korean release has stood out the most for many. After waiting 7 long months and spending time on Japanese releases, GOT7 returned with “? ??(Just Right)”. The music video was released on...
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Increasing Popularity of Kpop, but lack of meaningful subtitles

One of the most interesting shows from the Korean entertainment industry of late is The Genius. It is a game of strategies, alliance, double-cross, and more, which runs every week eliminating one contestant each week through a regular match and then...
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Amazing Dance, Splendid Movement

The Big Bang concert is hitting Los Angeles area again in just over a month from now. The Kpop popularity is soaring with splashes from both boy bands and girl groups left and right. In their dashing movements are some of the amazing skills that we...
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PLAY K-POP Museum: A new interactive way of experiencing K-pop

Jeju Island’s largest resort, ‘Jungmun Resort’ has created an entertainment and media tech museum called, ‘PLAY K-POP’ for K-pop lovers and enthusiasts. The museum was launched on June 25th of this year and this kind of concept of...
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MV Review: Gu Hara “Choco Chip Cookies” ft. Giriboy

KARA’s Gu Hara made her solo debut July 13 with “Choco Chip Cookies.” The song is about a couple who enjoy making and sharing cookies with each other. Given the sweetness of Hara’s vocals and the track’s soft music, the song—on the...
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KCON 2015

KCON 2015 is quickly approaching and having experienced the beast last year first hand, I can tell you, you WILL need to prepare ahead of...
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BTS Full Concert Review

In what was one of the most highly anticipated KPOP concerts to ever take place in Dallas, BTS (방탄소년단) brought the house down with a 24 song long set...
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2PM No.5 a Snooze-Worthy Album

2PM made their return June 5 with No. 5, an album that focuses on their more mature sound. 2PM’s vocals did improve as there are stronger...
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Korean Festivals To Attend This Summer

If you are in Korea from June to August and know which festivals or events to attend, the summer season can provide immense fun and entertainment you...
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BTS’ The Red Bullet Concert Cut Short, Hi-Touch Canceled in NYC

On Thursday July 16, 2015, BTS held their first US concert for their 2015 Red Bullet tour at Best Buy Theater in New York City. According to fan...
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Flashback Friday: HAM

For foreigners, 2009 was one of the better K-Pop years. With debuts by After School, 2NE1, 4Minute, T-ara, f(x), BEAST, Secret, MBLAQ, and Rainbow, it was...
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Flashback Friday,: KARA’s debut song “Break It”

For this week’s Flashback Friday, we revisit 2007 to explore KARA’s debut song “Break It” from their first album The First Blooming. When they debuted,...
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