Megan Garcia, Arizona State University
The record-breaking K-pop girl group released a virtual gaming music video in collaboration with PUBG Mobile that has risen to the top once again.
Peyton Conner, Indiana University
Kim Jong-in wasn’t always the smooth and suave soloist fans know him as today. He’s gone from being EXO’s beloved main dancer to a successful soloist following his two recent album releases.
Karen Lu, Yale University
The Korean indie music genre truly has something for all music enthusiasts, from R&B and hip-hop to rock and alternative.
Mai Khou Vang, Michigan State University
From Latin pop to house to rock ballads, the singer and her first full-length album refuse to be put in a box.
Megan Stager, University of Pittsburgh
While K-pop remains Korea’s most popular musical export, this indie rock band is forging the way for a few other styles of music to emerge from the country.
Nanda Illahi, Okayama University
With British, Spanish and Korean members, the UK band has people everywhere divided on what it means to be a K-pop group.
Janella Tibbetts, Framingham State University
K-pop and K-dramas might be expanding America’s cultural horizons, but does it come at a price?
Nayeli G. Pena, Colorado College
With so many unique music options out there, it can be a life changing experience to add some international love to your playlist.
Michelle Young, Simon Fraser University
The rich diversity of Korean music isn’t limited to the country’s most popular musical export.
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