Korean Hip Hop Interview: B Free

With over 15 thousand twitter followers, acknowledgment from senior rappers as one of Korea’s top ‘underground’ rappers and a fixed position at Hi-Lite records (one of the countries premier indie labels) it’s not difficult to see why fans and critics alike love B Free. Formally known as…

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Korean Hip Hop Interview: Wutan

Any fan of Korean hip-hop knows that good Korean rappers are easy to find in Korea at the moment. Finding good rappers who stand out from a crowd is an entirely different thing. In a sea of big sharks, small fish either get eaten or swim towards the reef…

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Educating a changing Korea: Interview with 'Even The Rivers' Director

Until very recently South Korea was a very homogeneous society with little ethnic diversity which prided itself on a single ethnic identity. Recently this has begun to change very rapidly and the number of immigrants living in Korea has more than doubled in the past ten years to 1.5…

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Korean Indie Rock Interview: Black Bag

There is nothing I enjoy more than having the opportunity to interview some of my favourite Korean groups so I was practically jumping out of my seat when the chance came by to interview the highly talented indie rock group, Black Bag. Described by their record company Ruby Records as…

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Interview with Pink Elephant

If there is one genre of music in Korea that anyone is bound to find something they might like its Korean Indie. Outside of the normal spectrum of pop music, within the indie society you can discover many wonderful groups; ranging from the cute to the unusual. But each of…

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Bringing K-pop to the World: Interview with Eat Your Kimchi

With three YouTube channels and nearly 130 million views combined it would be hard to come across a K-pop fan that had not heard of Eat Your Kimchi. Starting out in 2008, Simon and Martina (along with their adorable furry family Spudgy and Dr. Meemersworth have become so popular…

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