Reading the ‘Korean Wave’ as a Sign of Global Shift

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Cho Hae-Joang examines managine and newspaper articles using discourse analysis to reveal three distinct perspectives in relation to the Korean wave. . . . Read more at Public Circulation!

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“The Globalization of K-pop: Korea’s Place in the Global Music Industry,” Ingyu Oh

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Ingyu Oh challenges approaches to Korean popular music based on cultural hybridity by arguing that the globalization of K-pop involves modifying musical content from Europe and other locations into Korean content and redistributing it to global audiences. In doing to, it occupies a void between Western and East Asian music industries. . . . read more at Public Circulation!