Arie Raditya: Indonesian dreams of becoming K-Pop star
The Jakarta Post
Courtesy of Arie RadityaIn light of the Korean Wave sweeping across Indonesia, some Indonesians have begun to chase their newfound dreams of becoming the next K-Pop star.
The path to K-Pop stardom is a tumultuous one, even for native Koreans. The preferred, surefire route is to get accepted by a major Korean talent agency that trains aspiring singers and churns out popular K-Pop bands. Get...
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