By | Staff Photographer
March 24

The musical genre K-Pop—Korean popular music—is, according to the New Yorker’s John Seabrook, “an East-West mash-up,” in which boy/girl band performances of “mesmerizing synchronized dance moves, accompanied by a complex telegraphy of winks and hand gestures, have an Asian flavor, but the music sounds Western: hip-hop verses, Euro-pop choruses, rapping, and dub step breaks.”   

Today, K-Pop is internationally know. It’s global appeal is drawing in seemingly unlikely fans, including City College psychology major Almendrita Recio who describes herself as “raised in Sacramento very Mexican.” 

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