Sanskriti Pun, Delhi: Kohima Regional Round of the K-Pop India Contest 2020 was conducted online on 27th July 2020, 5 pm IST onwards on the YouTube channel, HallyuWave Nagaland. Here is an excerpt from the statements of the winners of the dance and vocal category, and the Regional Round organiser, HallyuWave Nagaland regarding their experience of this event.
Riya Choudhary and Seema, Delhi: Guntur Regional Round of the K-Pop India Contest 2020 was conducted online on 3rd August 2020, at 11 A.M on the YouTube channel, AP K-POPPERS. Here is an excerpt from the statements of the winners of the Dance and Vocal categories, and the Regional Round organiser, AP K-POPPERS regarding their experience of this event.
Aqsa Ali Khan and Riya Choudhary, Delhi: Pune Regional Round of the K-Pop India Contest 2020 was conducted online on 8th August 2020 at 4 p.m. IST on the YouTube channel Indo Korean Culture Group Pune IKCG. Here is an excerpt from the statements of the winners of the Dance and Vocal categories and the Regional Round organiser, Indo Korean Culture Group Pune (IKCG Pune) regarding their experience of this event
Prianka Chaudhary and Diya Jain, Delhi: Delhi Regional Round of the K-Pop India Contest 2020 was conducted online on 31st July 2020 at 2 p.m. IST on the organiser’s Instagram, Korean Culture India Fan Club, and was later made available on their YouTube channel of the same name. Here is an excerpt from the statements of the winners of the Dance and Vocal categories and the Regional Round organiser, Korean Culture India Fan Club regarding their experience of this event.
Hallyuism is immensely thankful to Mr. Appu Krishnan for giving us an opportunity to interview him again. In the previous interview, he answered many of our questions related to his journey in the music industry and about his contributions to K-Pop as a music producer, composer, and songwriter. Read below to know the latest updates on his much-awaited song and thoughts on his experiences as a musician.
Misha Bharti, Delhi: The time when the fans groove to the tunes of the hit K-Pop songs finally arrived in Delhi with the Regional Round of the K-Pop India Contest 2020 being held on July 31. A much-awaited event, it saw fans from all over the country tuning into Instagram to watch the performances of the participants.
Riya Chaudhary, Delhi: K-Pop or Korean Pop is a music genre that originated in South Korea. It consists of a variety of popular music styles that covers mostly dance-pop, pop ballad, electronic, rock, hip-hop, R&B, etc. In India, the spread of Korean Wave, also known as Hallyu Wave, began in the early 2000s in the North East region and now it is spreading rapidly all over the country. By the persistent efforts of Korean Cultural Centre India, K-pop has marked its popularity and success in India through K-POP INDIA CONTEST, which takes place every year since 2013.
Abani Sangwan, Delhi: Monsta X is a South Korean boy band under Starship Entertainment that has just made their awaited comeback in May 2020, with their extended play ‘Fantasia X.’ If you are new to them, I will help you out by introducing these wonderful artists which might help you to know them better. Each member of the group itself is the reason why you should stan Monsta X. Let’s get started.
Mehak Sharma, Delhi: Once in a while, we find ourselves encountering days where we just want to be left alone with our thoughts. Though the reasons for such gloomy days may vary. It could either be stagnant and monotonous life, or the inability to determine whether we are on the right track in life or not. Everyone needs to be comforted during such times. And what could be better than music that stirs up emotions and offers endless comfort! So, here is a list of 10 K-pop songs straight from my playlist.
Diya Jain, Delhi: The world offers an endless amount of fresh and breathtaking art in the form of movies, films, songs, paintings, and much more. But we often find ourselves cocooned in our world, to an extent that the majority of cultures remain alien to the average individual. Even in the case of diverse musical cultures, as a fan of K-pop, I’m often asked the reason to choose and appreciate the music I listen to. After all, it is in Korean, they say. But the beautiful thing about music that most fail to notice is that one does not need to understand the language in order to enjoy it.