K-pop labels likely to hire more foreign staff, says industry veteran – but they need to speak and write Korean, and be ready to work around the clock, like Koreans, when needed

//K-pop labels likely to hire more foreign staff, says industry veteran – but they need to speak and write Korean, and be ready to work around the clock, like Koreans, when needed

K-pop labels likely to hire more foreign staff, says industry veteran – but they need to speak and write Korean, and be ready to work around the clock, like Koreans, when needed

By Dong Sun-hwaK-pop is not just about the singers – there are countless unsung heroes working behind the scenes who dedicate their sweat and tears to producing and promoting albums.With K-pop continuing to sweep the world off its feet, more people than ever are needed to carry out such work at K-pop record labels.There’s good news: Korean music powerhouses have ramped up their hiring. For example Hybe, home to boy group BTS, currently has more than 60 job openings, and the total number of its…

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By | 2021-10-10T12:15:09+00:00 October 10th, 2021|Music|Comments Off on K-pop labels likely to hire more foreign staff, says industry veteran – but they need to speak and write Korean, and be ready to work around the clock, like Koreans, when needed