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KPOP changing the society of AmericaKorean pop music also known as Kpop is a very popular type of music among Korean and non-korean population Korea was a poor country because of many invasions from China and Japan forcing the slow development of the country Koreas economy was unstable until the 80s Despite the fact that Korea was a poor country not that long ago in recent decades South Korea has evolved into a country with advanced culture As for music with the 1990s emergence of Kpop the genre has become greatly popular There are three big talent agency in korea SM YG and JYP Entertainment what they do which quickly took over the Kpop society From the mid-2000s a great portion of the Asian market has been filled with Kpop idol groups Since then Kpop has been growing at a fast pace and was recognized as South Koreas Greatest Export World Time how about in the past statistics I want to see the change Kpops total export in 2008 was 165 million dollars Wikipedia While Kpop grew at a fast pace other genres like Japanese pop and Chinese pop has become quite famous but compared to Kpop it did not become popular as fast Kpop was generally known and was advertised more than Jpop Cpop on the other hand has barely had any impact in the music industry Chinas government in general did not want their music to be known outside of China As the history of Kpop slowly changes this paper will explore how much these type of music is impacting the society in AmericaIn Depth of KpopKpop is a musical genre with a variety of elements Kpop in America became extremely popular after using Youtube a video sharing website As people became more familiar with Kpop through Youtube people gained more interest Many people would love the type of apparel they wore and what type of choreography they would perform There are many
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