multi-kpop-fan-base is a place for fans, both old and new, to come together and share their passion and excitement. We (i) want to create a comfortable and considerate environment where everyone is free to contribute and enjoy.I really want to get to know all of u guys, i really hope u guys love this multi-kpop fan page.This blog was made in 2017 on the 26 of june by the maker ⇠GLORIA↠
Every week there will be new post about news,upcoming events, updates on kpop groups/who the group is,etc.when u guys want a one of your post up and running email me at ←email@example.com→
I will post your blog and i will put who the creator is which will be you and you will get full credit.When it comes towards the end of the month there will be a chart showing who contributed mostly the most and least.If you guys want to do your own little give aways,meaning making a post about it I would gladly be happy to post about it but i need u to email me and tell me if u want me to put your email in the post or if u just want me to announce the winners (that you will pick) and u can contact them so they can get whatever you chose to give also here’s what the chart will look like yes there will be three teams but in another post i will talk about it
I really do hope u guys enjoy this blog i’m making for all kpop fandoms
Also if i give u the link you will be able to post by yourself that’s only if i give you access🙂
what is kpop
K-pop (an abbreviation of Korean pop or Korean popular music) is a musical genre consisting of electronic, hip hop, pop, rock, and R&B music originating in South Korea. In addition to music, K-pop has grown into a popular subculture among teenagers and young adults throughout Asia, resulting in widespread interest in the fashion and style of Korean idol groups and singers.
K-pop has now even spread outside of Korea, thanks to the internet. People all over the world now enjoy K-pop, even though they don’t necessarily understand the words. K-pop has formed many lifelong friend ships, and I hope this will be the case for you too!
KPop or K-Pop is short for “Korean Pop”. It can refer to the whole of popular music in Korea, but is often used in a narrower sense to describe the genre that has dominated the Korean music market for about the last 20 years. This genre incorporates elements of western pop, dance, electronic, R&B and Hip Hop – but after years of experience music makers & producers in South Korea know how to “home-make” successful hits with a distinctive sound different from it’s formerly western roots.
Mini History Guide
Like many South-Asian countries the area of today’s South Korea underwent a series of foreign influences that led to the development of it’s very own popular music market. During Japanese occupation (1910-1945) local and foreign composers created a mix of traditional Korean music and Gospel, that is popular until today and known as “Trot”.
The end of Japan’s brutal colonial rule marked the arrival of Westernization – taking place in a lot of areas of South Korean life, also leading to a change in the sound of the Trot genre. Western music began to be aired on radio and Western-style clubs popped up in various locations to cater to the American soldiers still stationed in South Korea. Not only did many Korean musicians let themselves be influenced by the jazz, blues, country and rock & roll sound of the West, but the Korean public, too, took an interest in them.
South Korea’s own music industry started blooming in the 60s alongside the economy and produced it’s very first own big names, labels and talent contests. The 70s marked a time of Hippie folk pop, as well as the arrival of DJ culture, followed by the 80s as the “era of ballads”.
What we know today as “KPop” first emerged more distinctively in the 1990s. Newer music groups produced up-beat, catchy songs with lyrics that dealt with the everyday problems of Korean society, paving the way for the modern sound of KPop. The mid- and late 90s saw the founding of major music labels who dominate the market today and underground music movements of hip hop and rock first managing to gain main stream success.
21st century: Beginning of the Hallyu Wave
The beginning of the 21st century marked the beginning of the global Korean wave. Not everyone knows it’s going on, but taken from the fact you are reading this article to an extent you have seen changes around you (or at least online). Korean industry managers & music producers did not sit down together and started to plot world dominance (or have they?), but the last 15 years have seen an increased global interest in Korean culture, especially entertainment goods such as Korean TV dramas and Korean Pop music.
Today South Korea has a lively Indie Rock, Hip Hop & Dance-Pop scene. But other countries have colorful music scenes, too