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High on K–Pop

 MPost |  2015-02-04 21:28:03.0  |  New Delhi

High on  K–Pop

Korean Cultural Centre India organised the event that ended up with a fan signing activity after the overwhelming performances at IIM Ahmedabad, SRM University Chennai and IIT Guwahati.

Their upbeat music and synchronised dance moves had everybody tapping their feet and pumping their fists. Commenting on the performance, one of the enthusiastic fan said, “They are N-Sonic and they really can break down the stage with an outstanding performance!”

The band of six boys - J Heart, Sihoo, Byeol, Minkee, Black J and Zion - N-Sonic, with their tremendous talent and unwavering energy, evoked vociferous applause from the crowd and won over several hearts all in the matter of an hour.


During the interaction N-Sonic confessed that they love India very much and they would love to come back again in the future! Director of Korean Cultural Centre India Kim Kum Pyoung said, “On the cultural front, K-POP as a juggernaut of Korean soft-power is something we were very keen on introducing in India. He revealed that the vision and future of K-POP in India that totally depends on public's demand.

The globally popular music phenomenon, K-POP 2015 concert tour in India was the first of its kind in the country with the band performed at Chaos Festival.

K-POP is the popular music genre from South Korea, consisting of dance-pop, pop ballad, electronic, rock, hip-hop, R&B, etc. It started in Korea in 1990s and has swept the world through the Korean Wave.

Today, K-POP has entrenched itself as a bona fide phenomenon in Asia and is rapidly extending its reach to new markets.

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