The world of K-Pop (short for Korean Pop) is entering India with a distinct flourish. K-POP contest is held worldwide. The Grand finale of ‘K-POP’ Concert will be held in August 2016 at South Korea under ‘KPOP World Festival’ and before that we have Kpop Indian Grand Finale in Channai on 30th July 2016. Interested Indian participants can upload their Videos till 25th May 2016 at www.Kpopindia.com
The K-Pop festival has thus seen a lot of interaction with India over the past few years. The genres of electronic, hip-hop, R&B, which were earlier unheard of in India, have become one of the many staple genres the young Indian listens to.
This Concert has two categories: Singing and Dancing further divided into three stages - Online contest, Preliminary Round and the Grand Finale. Preliminary round will be witnessed at – Delhi, Kolkata, Patna, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai and North East. Dates and venues are not declared yet. The selected participants will be called for the audition at regional venues. The then selected candidates will be called for India Finale round at Chennai which will be held on 30th July 2016. For the first time the Finale round is being organized at Chennai. The 1st prize winner from India will then perform at ‘The KPOP Concert Grand Finale Round’ held in August.
Two members, Eddy and Simba from famous Korean J.J.C.C Band are coming as Judge for Grand Finale India round. J.J.C.C Band is made by famous actor Jackie chan.
K-POP is a world famous South Korean Music genre, comprise all genres of South Korean pop music with pop-dance, pop-ballad, electronic, rock, metal, hip hop, R & B, etc. The craze and the jazz for this genre of music are extremely popular and global. Experimentation of music, style, dance and design defines the KPOP Stars; they are also termed as the Hallyu Stars, the term originally originated from Beijing journalists, for the popularity of Korean Culture and Entertainment.
K -POP has an interesting history in India, in the beginning it was assumed not to be receptive by the Indians; but now it has grown up to a different dimension and emerged as a unique genre of music followed by many Indian fans. KPOP, which was only assumed to be the culture followed by North East Indians, has now gained popularity among many Delhiites and people across India.