I like how people criticise others for listening to K-pop but you weren’t complaining when Gangnam Style became one of the hugest hits ever and were constantly singing it without knowing what it meant.
Everyone’s watching Mitt Romney dance to Gangnam Style. He showcased his moves at a conference for young adults in Arizona over the weekend. Singer and actor Alex Boye sung his version of the tune, made popular by Korean artist Psy.
K-Pop Concerts In 2017: GOT7, B1A4, HyunA & More Are Coming to America
K-pop’s broadening global appeal has allowed more acts the opportunity to travel overseas and perform around the world each year. Keeping with that trend, the first few months of 2017 will see several popular Korean acts descend on the United States.
Recouping from the disbandment of 4Minute, HyunA will be the first female K-pop soloist to hold a concert this year. The starlet commandeered attention around the globe for her sultry rap performances after rising to fame through her appearance in the music video for Psy’s “Gangnam Style” and her hit “Bubble Pop.” Her shows in Chicago (March 1) and New York City (March 3) will be preceded by shows in Montreal and Toronto in February.