BTS and SuperM online concerts keep K-pop industry ticking over, but smaller acts are struggling

//BTS and SuperM online concerts keep K-pop industry ticking over, but smaller acts are struggling

BTS and SuperM online concerts keep K-pop industry ticking over, but smaller acts are struggling

By Dong Sun-hwaK-pop record labels have lost one of their most lucrative revenue streams during the coronavirus pandemic – their stars performing in front of massive crowds. In a desperate attempt to survive the crisis, many have turned to online platforms.K-pop titans BTS, for instance, performed the virtual concert “Bang Bang Con: The Live” in June and succeeded in attracting more than 750,000 paid viewers around the world. Big Hit Entertainment, the group’s agency, is estimated to have…

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