A very good morning to one and all present here. Today, I will be giving a small speech on the topic of K-Pop.
K-Pop, essentially, is the abbreviation of “Korean Popular Music”. It is prevalent in South Korea and is considered to be an integral part of their culture.
In fact, according to Los Angeles Film School, K-Pop is defined to be “the internationally popular, aesthetic-driven, style-bending, trendsetting, music genre of the 21st century.” Largely, however, K-Pop is considered to pertain not just to music alone but also to the associated choreography, fashion, music video aesthetics, and so on that is produced.
Today, K-Pop serves to be a major influence in social media, especially among youngsters. Merchandise and albums of major K-Pop idols are wildly sought after and bought by astonishing fan bases spread out across the globe.
Perhaps the most popular K-Pop band would unanimously be declared to be the 7 membered boy band, with all of its members, especially Jungkook and V being particularly popular.