K-Pop industry embracing performers from across Asia | Asia Pacific

K-Pop industry embracing performers from across Asia

K-Pop industry embracing performers from across Asia

Updated 30 November 2012, 22:09 AEDT

For Korean pop, 2012 has been a breakout year.

Psy's chart-topping Gangnam style with its smart satire and distinctive horse dance has turned South Korea's pop music into a global phenomenon.

It's not just the catchy choruses or polished dance moves that have made the "motown of Asia" the region's number one.

It is also its policy of inclusiveness, making stars out of performers from right across the region.

Correspondent: James Oaten

Speakers: Jia, Miss A; Fei, Miss A; Kim Tae-hoon, Music critic; Eddy Tan, KPSH judge

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