Western artists vie with BTS, Aespa for fans in Korea as music markets go global

//Western artists vie with BTS, Aespa for fans in Korea as music markets go global

Western artists vie with BTS, Aespa for fans in Korea as music markets go global

While K-pop acts like BTS and Blackpink may be getting more popular in English-language music markets, music in English is also gaining a larger foothold in South Korea, a sign of the increasing connectivity of global music industries.Last week, K-pop girl group Aespa’s new single Savage replaced the long-standing chart-topper, Stay by The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber, the latest example of the popularity of English-language songs in the South Korean music scene.On October 8, for example, a few…

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