Beatport labels this track as electronica-downtempo. See the side bar using previous link for similar artists and tracks. Another answer suggested Deep-House, though that genre usually has BPM's around 120, not 105.
That fragment is a broken beat interlude of a hard-dance track. Here is similar music, though not always as hard as your fragment. The tracks are labeled as Kawaii Pop, Future Bass, Hard-Dance, EDM and J-Pop.
You in me is released by DSP Media, an entertainment company that releases tracks in K-pop, R&B, EDM and Hip hop. This song belongs to genre Dance, sub-genre K-pop, as it's pop, Korean and influenced by pop, EDM and modern R&B.