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The Globalization of K-pop

How K-pop has become world-wide and become a cultural revolution
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on 4 February 2013

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Transcript of The Globalization of K-pop

South Korea Thesis:
K-pop, South Korea's current music,
dance, and entertainment phenomenon,
has revolutionized the pop culture of
Korea and has spread its influence
world-wide Japan: Tokyo
Yokohama
Osaka
Nagoya
Sapporo Kobe
Kyoto
Fukuoka
Kawasaki Saitama
Hiroshima
Sendai
Kitashiku
etc. China Beijing
Shanghai
Chongging
Tianjin Chengdu
Guangzhou
Harbin
Wuhan
Shenzhen Xi'an
Hangzhou
Nanjing
Shenyang
Qingdao Zhengzhou
Dongguan
Dalian
Jinan
Hefei
Nanchang
etc. History/Background Was not a traditional Powerhouse
of Popular Culture in Asia Sandwiched-China & Japan The Globalization/Revolution of K-pop Introduction WHAT IS K-POP? WHEN HAS IT STARTED? Bubble Gum Pop
Dance
Electronic
Electro-pop
Hip-Hop
Rock
R&B (Rhythm & Blues)
Rap
Techno
etc. Late 1990's~ Early 2000's In about roughly 20 years,
Korea itself has evolved from
being a very poor country, to
being a major international
player with incredible commodities
and technology. The 3 Ent. Companies SM Entertainment Professional relationships
with emplyees,
foreign songwriters, &
producers Main Focus: Genre of Music:
Mostly Dance Good Looks YG Entertainment Main Focus Genre of Music:
Hip-Hop &
Electronic Sounds Encourages individualistic
styles & personalities Intimate and friendly to
emplyees, foreign songwrites,
and producers Artists Produced: H.O.T, S.E.S, Shinhwa,
Fly to the Sky, BoA,
Song Kwang-sik, Kangta,
Dana, M.I.L.K, Blackbeat,
Shinvi, Isak 'N' Jiyeon,
DBSK/TVXQ, TRAX, The Grace,
Super Junior, Iconiq,
SNSD(Girl's Generation), J-Min,
SHINee, f(x), EXO(-K/M) Artists Produced: Keep Six, Jinusean,
1TYM, Perry, Swi. T,
Wheesung, Big Mama,
Masta Wu, Se7en, Lexy,
Gummy, 45RPM, Big Bang,
Kim Ji-Eun, YMGA, 2NE1,
PSY, Tablo, Epik High, Lee Hi
Su Pearls, YG Girl Group JYP Entertainment Main Focus: Genre of Music:
Not Specific Voice; how the
singers sound President of JYP (Park Jin-Young,
J.Y.P)
is an established singer,
songwriter, and producer. Artists Produced: Pearl, G.O.D, Park Ji-Yoon,
Rain, Byul, Noel, One Two,
Lim Jeong-Hee, Wonder Girls,
JOO, 2AM, 2PM, Miss A, San E,
JJ Project, Baek Ah-Yeon, 15& GANGNAM STYLE
PSY What Got K-Pop to be 'Officially'
Revolutionized? Popularity World Music Tours Concert Tickets Collaborations with American stars Fashion design Billboard Music Charts M/V views on YouTube David Letterman "pop culture tsunami flowing from
South Korea to the United States to the rest of the world" World Records Forbes' List International Music Industries
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