India gets into the K-POP Groove

Wedded to Democracy
  • After “Gangnam Style” South Korean POP star Psy is and the band N-Sonic is working with Indian music lovers with the third edition K-POP Indian Festival
  • Music lovers love songs like “Crazy” and “Run Run” and fans sport N-Sonic T-Shirt as they are getting addicted to K-POP, Korean POP songs are most loved by Manipuri and Mizoram people
  • K-POP along with pop music includes dance-pop, pop ballad, electronic, rock and hip-hop, has reached India after winning huge fan followings in China and Japan
  • N-Sonic this year will be judging the competition and the final performance is at Siri Fort Auditorium
  • The first year saw 37 entries but current year has registered 130 entries and the number is multiplying and participants have also come from Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai as well
  • Kim Kum-pyoung, director, Korean Cultural Centre opined that “Many Indian people are liking our music. The number of fans is growing rapidly. Earlier, people saw it as just a hobby, but now it’s more professional. Maybe in the next three to five years, the whole country will know about our music,”