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Asian Pop Music in Cosmopolitan Europe: K-Pop Fandom in the Age of Globalization
Published by Routledge
This book explores in detail how the extraordinary global success of Korean pop music - K-Pop - has been received in Europe. Focusing on the United Kingdom, Germany and Austria, it discusses the motivations and characteristics of K-Pop fans, examines the role of new media, cultural polices and global creative industries, and relates K-Pop fandom to the multicultural and cosmopolitan milieu of much of Europe. The book concludes by assessing how far K-Pop fandom is part of a new global popular youth culture.
Haekyung Kim is a Lecturer in Music at the University of Liverpool Michael Fuhr is an Assistant Professor of Music in Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media Sang-Yeon Loise Sung is a Lecturer in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Vienna
Reviewer: Caleb Simmons
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