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      • From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia K-Pop (or Korean pop or Korean popular music) is a musical genre and industry using a mix of electronic, hip hop, pop, rock, R&B, and other music. It began in South Korea. As well as music, K-pop has grown into a popular subculture among teenagers and young adults throughout Asia.
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  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › K-popK-pop - Wikipedia

    K-pop (Korean: 케이팝; RR: keipap), short for Korean popular music, is a genre of music originating in South Korea as part of South Korean culture. It is influenced by styles and genres from around the world, such as pop, experimental, rock, jazz, gospel, hip hop, R&B, reggae, electronic dance, folk, country, and classical on top of its traditional Korean music roots.

  3. K'Pop (Hangul: 케이팝) was a South Korean boy band that debuted in 2001. They disbanded in 2004 after their third album, Memories . On January 28, 2018, the group had a reunion performance on the show Two Yoo Project - Sugar Man . [2]

    • Joomin, Donghwa, Youngwon, Yoobin, Woohyun
    • K-pop
    • 2001–2004
    • Seoul
    • Fashion
    • Dance
    • History
    • Korean Rock

    Today, young people like K-Pop star fashion. The World Fashion Company spoke to G-Dragon from Big Bang, because his fashion is unique. Jeremy Scott, a well-known American fashion designer, worked together with CL from the K-Pop band 2NE1, to design clothes. Other K-pop stars such as Baekhyunfrom Exo have started their own fashion brands.

    Group dancing is one of the most important parts of K-Pop. Group members dance in sync. Fans often learn and copy the key moves of the dance. Many different styles of dance can be seen within K-Pop.

    1990s

    The setting up of Seo Tai-ji & Boys in 1992 was a turning point for popular music in South Korea. Using rap rock and techno styles, Hip hop duos such as Deuxalso were popular in the early 1990s. In 1995, Korean businessman Lee Soo Man opened South Korea's largest talent agency, S.M. Entertainment, and set up the first K-Pop girl groups and boy bands. By the late 1990s, new agencies like YG Entertainment, DSP Entertainment, and JYP Entertainmentwere producing talents as quickly as possible. Gr...

    2000s

    The talent agencies train new artists and bands for the K-pop industry. To make sure it is successful, they take over every part of the young person's career and life. They can spend more than $400,000 to train and launch a new artist. Through this practice of apprenticeship, which often lasts two years or more, trainees are taught to sing, learn professional choreography, sculpt and shape their bodies through exercise, and study multiple languages, all the while attending school. In order to...

    K-Pop does include other popular Korean genres of music than Pop, such as rock. Some popular Korean rock bands are DreamCatcher, Guckkasten, YB and Nell. See also the Pentaport Rock Festival.

  4. sco.wikipedia.org › wiki › K-popK-pop - Wikipedia

    K-pop (a abbreviation o Korean pop; Korean: 가요 kayo) is a muisical genre oreeginatin in Sooth Korea that is characterisit bi a wide variety o audiovisual elements.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › We_K-POPWe K-Pop - Wikipedia

    We K-Pop is a South Korean variety program on KBS World which first aired on July 12, 2019. The show's four hosts, Kim Shin-young, 2PM's Nichkhun, SF9's Inseong and Stray Kids' Seungmin introduce K-pop artists each week, who perform and greet their global fans.

    Ep.#
    Date
    Guest (s)
    1
    July 12
    Stray Kids
    2
    July 19
    SF9
    3
    July 26
    4
    August 2
    GFriend
    • Yoon Koun
    • Park So-hyung, Park Yeon-sun, Kim Na-yun, Kim Eun-sol
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