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For brief history and notable artists, I'd like to recommend this blog post (really good): 50 Most Influential K-Pop Artists Series Index This book has many interesting facts about Korean Cool: The Birth of Korean Cool: How One Nation Is Conquering the World Through Pop Culture I'm a Korean live in Seoul. I can't explain/describe properly (miserable ...


I know this answer is way late, but in case you're still wondering, that audience chanting/singing part is called the "fanchant". Kpop songs often have an official fanchant, usually taught to fans by the group releasing a video of themselves doing the fanchant along to the studio recording of the song. The video you linked to (


For a recent song, Tulips, the band has released a video with "응원법", which Google translates to "Cheering" or "Support method". The video has playback of the song, and the band members are doing the audience's part: So, at lease in this case, the answer is that there is official cheering, and it is released by ...


The main vocalist usually receives the majority of vocal lines per song, especially the most challenging ones, because of their broad and steady vocal range. They often support the lead vocalist during the chorus, and are also more likely to receive solo parts than sub vocalists are. The lead vocalist is actually secondary to the main vocalist, but takes the ...


Your own musical journey might not be as unusual as you assume. A recent study showed that teenagers tend to like the music that is most popular at that moment, whereas people's tastes get less mainstream as they age. So it's very possible to tell you what your peers were listening to 15 years ago, but much harder to give a definitive answer for who they ...


She is Kim Seolhyun from Ace of Angels

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