Concentrate on how Korean wave became popular which means the point is how, not why. focusing on the Korean idols group.
The Process Of Korean Wave Being Popular
Length: 2 pages (550 Words)
Annotated Bibliography: The Process of the Korean wave being popular
Kim, Do, and Min-Sun Kim. Hallyu: Influence of Korean Popular Culture in Asia and Beyond. Seoul: Seoul National University Press, 2011. Print.
This book by Kim and Min explore the growth of the Korean culture since the 1990s. The authors also analyze the influence of Hallyu in the Asian market, the United States, and Europe and the factors that have led to the massive growth. The items that have been used in the book are songs, movies, and other Korean media products. Although the authors successfully explain the history of the Korean culture, the factors of its growth, and the influence that it has had since its conception; they fail to trace the impact that it has had in the last decade and the factors that have led to its growth.
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