Pop Goes Korea: Behind The Revolution In Movies, Music, and Internet Culture
South Korea came from nowhere in the 1990s to become one of the biggest producers of pop content in Asia-and the West. Now, the former underdog of the international pop scene sets trends in music, movies, comic books, TV dramas, and online gaming for the rest of the world to follow. Veteran reporter-at-large James Russell tells and exciting story of rapid growth and wild success marked by an uncanny knack for moving just one step ahead of changing technologies. This book also contains about historical and cultural background. Fully indexed, with 16 color pages and 64 photographs.
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