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    happened to be lucky enough to snag one of the last remaining tickets. The concert was on May 21, 2012, with over 25,000 attendees and was held at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. The show was a part of the MBC Korean Music Wave and was hosted by Google where the concert was streamed worldwide on MBC K-Pop and YouTube presents. I remember the concert as if was yesterday, and recall literally crying as the concert began. I finally had the chance to live my K-Pop dream of seeing my K-Pop idols in concert performing in person right before my very eyes, it was truly a dream come true. The concert lineup featured popular K-Pop groups such as Kara, MBLAQ, Sistar, f(x), Beast, Girls’ Generation, Wonder Girls, Super Junior, and TVXQ (Sylphid “Concert Review”, par 1-2). After the concert my love for the genre only grew and one day I only hope to attend yet again another K-Pop…

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    the highly acclaimed five-idol group, Tong Bang Shin Ki or TVXQ, and S.M. Entertainment in 2009. Former TVXQ members Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu “filed for a provisional injunction to void their exclusive contract” while the remaining other members, Yunho and Changmin, stayed with S.M. Entertainment (Lee 108, 115). This lawsuit was a result from the desire to be free from the slave contract they were bound to. The terms of TVXQ’s contract were that they were to work for at least thirteen years…

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    own artists to sign a very exclusive contract before their debut. Normally the contract lasts 6 to 10 years which is much longer than other country’s same kind of contract.[ ] In addition, those contracts even included some unfair clauses too. Such as the Girl group 2NE1’s contract did not allow them to have a romantic relationship for five years and the oldest member is 32 years old this year.[ ] Since the entertainment has 100% control of their artists’ contract, the K-pop stars are becoming…

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    Girls Generation-TTS Essay

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    Sunny was elected as the member who would like to join TTS. In the program Bailando 2014 ( Argentina ) , one of the couples danced contest "" Holler "" in the K -pop Gala . Quick Introduction about Girls' Generation-TTS Name: TaeTiSeo or Girls' Generation-TTS ( sonyeosidae - TaeTiSeo ) in Korea ( Shōjo jidai - tetiso ) in Japan ( Shàonǚ Shidai -TAI dì XU ) in China Why ?: They are the first letters of the names of the members . Origin: South…

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    Kpop Case Study

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    technology and culture to become a major industrial. All these changes from pre-modern to a constantly growing society has resulted the success of economy sectors in South Korea and this research will mainly focus in music industry. Compared a decade before, people may not expect this country would be global influence in music industry after American. Korea mainstream music genre known as K-pop, is an abbreviation of Korean pop music. It is defined as a band of Korean pop style that mixes…

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