In June 2011, Korea’s production company held its first European concert in Paris, singing for fans from France, the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, and so on.
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If you are a regular reader of KPK, you might remember an announcement for a new site, House of Hallyu, which would feature content related to fan activity as well as house the kpop chronicles project, which collects fan narratives. The House of Hallyu site will remain available (and may transform into something else in the future), but fan content and updates to the kpop chronicles project will become part of the iFans: Mapping Kpop’s International Fandomproject. This is an effort to consolidate work on fan cultures as well as expand the kinds of material collected. iFans already documents fan activity such as song and dance covers, and will now begin to document fan projects, including comeback, anniversary and tribute projects by fans.
To remind you, k-pop chronicles is project with one mission: to collect fan accounts about their favorite K-pop groups and artists. The k-pop…
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The choreography for SHINee’s “Lucifer” remains some of the most difficult in K-pop. Japanese cover dance group BTICK takes up the challenge in their cover:
Image: “SHINee, Dazzling Girl Concept 2012 (Officially KMusic),” Hallyu Harmony, accessed July 3, 2014, http://kpop.omeka.net/items/show/333.
Video: “SHINee, Lucifer Cover Dance, BTICK,” iFans: Mapping K-pop’s International Fandom, accessed July 3, 2014, http://kpopfandom.omeka.net/items/show/269.
Over time, I started to listen to the other albums of SHINee, and my love for them grew. I have to admit though, when I first heard Lucifer, I was not impressed. In fact, I remember my reaction was “What in the world is this???” It was because it was so different from the early songs I heard from them. Then, I started watching the music show performances of the song, and my opinion started to change. Eventually, though, it won my heart just like the rest of the songs of SHINee’s discography at that time.
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MBC researched that in the early month of 2014, 50% of KPOP fans are all EXO fans and other half is other fandoms http://t.co/4hY2afWHs0
I wonder how the research was carried out: Who did they ask? Did they clarify what they meant by "fan"? EXO has a really involved fanbase…I wonder if this interest will continue for years to come. It seems incredulous that EXO fans equal half the number of K-pop fans in total.
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It is a show designed to not just recap, but also tell the history of Kpop to the new fans. The title of the show was inspired by the Reply Series (Reply 1997 and 1994) and KBS Immortal Song. More than two hundred members …
Covers are not just for contemporary groups. This show demonstrates the continued impact of old school K-pop groups.
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https://www.facebook.com/WaveyaDanceGroup dance training : Miu recording & editing & costumes : Ari.
K-pop cover dance teams often cover choreography from Girls’ Generation (SNSD), but Waveya’s cover of f(x)’s Rum Pum Pum is a nice change.
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This was a surprise . No one knew ’bout this project / video . Project by: Kpop Romania Fans ~ Thank you all for your beautiful comments about our fandoms . …
K-pop fans are fans of individual groups and artists, but they are also fans of K-pop as a whole. This fan project, by K-pop fans in Romania, reflects fan comments from fans of various groups.
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