K-pop: Not Just For Korea Anymore - 03-21-2012, 03:16 AM
Yes that is right, K-pop (Korean Pop) is starting to become a trend in America. American websites have gotten ahold of the Hallyu Wave - A fancy word for the growing love for K-pop - and taking it by storm.
K-pop is becoming a topic many people are hearing about and have their point of views, good or bad.
As some of you know, I am obessed with K-pop, and I'm not just posting this becuase I want to, I am posting this to get your views on K-pop and if you think these idols can make it. (Singers in Korea are known as idols, unlike American where they are just singers.)
And yes, K-pop have their fanclubs, like Demi Lovato(Lovatics), Bella Throne(Bellarinas), and yes, Justin Beiber.
BIGBANG - FANTASTIC BABY M/V - YouTube
Super Junior(슈퍼주니어) _ SORRY, SORRY _ MusicVideo - YouTube
Girls' Generation 소녀시대_THE BOYS_Music Video (KOR ver.) - YouTube
Groups Breaking Into America:
Some Classics of Today:
Sorry Sorry - Super Junior
Gee - Girls Generation
Haru Haru - Big Bang
Lies - Big Bang
Mirotic - Dong Bang Shinki (DBSK)
Replay - SHINee
"Ever since I can remember, became aware of my surroundings,
there are a lot of other Idol groups out there.
But... it's no good if it's not Morning Musume,
if it's not Morning Musume I don't want to be a part of it."