K-Pop is a recent fad that has recently emerged as an apparent cultural phenomenon in Europe and America. That being said, I will analyse how Korean pop expands from local music to international sensation through globalization.
K-pop group Omega X has faced mistreatment by their record label. This paper will analyze the way this issue is reported online in-depth, and the influence of the digital industry and technologies on journalistic practices regarding this matter.
K-Pop has become a global phenomenon. How come Korean bands conquer the world? What make these pop-idols so popular and what role do their fans play? This and much more, can be found out in this new Diggit file. The focus of this file is on the rise of K-Pop in the context of digitalization and digital culture.
The interest in Korean pop music has been rising over the last couple of years making the Korean Wave grow. As part of its fan following, K-Pop has developed into a unique linguistic phenomenon, whereby fans are familiarized with Korean.