Kpop Albums In Paris?
By Soo Min Kim | February 15, 2012 07:07 PM EST
Kpop has officially entered the European market and has been grabbing the attention of fans all around the world.
On the 8th, Kpop concert 'Music Bank in Paris' was held in success, but despite the growing popularity of kpop and its stars, it is difficult to purchase these albums in Paris. Major album stores do not carry Kpop music, despite its growing popularity. This has caused many fans to purchase albums online or through a friend visiting Korea. Although Kpop was not available in music stores across Paris, Korean movies and dramas in the form of DVDs were availabe.
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As Kpop continues to spread, we hope to see Korean albums in Paris and all around the world. This is only the beginning of the globalization of kpop.
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