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Ict music genre project

Caroline Garreau

on 6 March 2013

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Transcript of K-POP

K-pop 'The Korean Wave' K-pop is from South Korea KOREA, Asia, near Japan 1885, Henry Appenzeller, American missionary, arrives in Korea and introduces Western American melody with korean lyrics. Called Changga in Korean. After the Korean civil war... ... from 1950 to1953 Between North and South Korea Western music was becoming popular, especially in the South of Korea, it started to influence the population and interested them, a new genre of music had been created. In the 60's, Western music is gently changing,
Groups are created and music is changing the Korean way, with more of the Korean style.
It at began with radio stations, and then in cinema for soudtracks, etc. 1990's: Were K-pop got introduced Young Korean singers thought that the American and European music genres such as Pop, R&B or Rap and even electro, could make a good effect if mixed with Changga. This is what they did, they mixed a bit of everything and at the end it was called K-pop or Korean wave. From 2000's, it started to win prices and the number of views of k-pop videos on internet went up really fast. It gained more popularity around the world... But the biggest one was in December 2012, when Psy reached over 1 billion views on youtube with his 'Gagnam Style'. K-pop is today know all over the world: It is Boys or Girls bands which dance on explosive & inventive choregraphy, and were really colored clothes. 2NE1, prononced twenty-one G-Drangon from the group Big Bang Today K-pop has aslo influenced fashion especially in Asia.
Everyone wants to look as accurate as possible as there 'idols' by wearing the same accessories or have the same hair color. Bibliography:
Cosmopolitain n°02471 April 2013
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