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Made in Korea : studies in popular music / edited by Hyunjoon Shin and Seung-Ah Lee.

  • New York, NY ; Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2017.
  • ©2017
xiii, 247 pages : illustrations, 27 cm.
Routledge global popular music series. [More in this series]
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-234) and index.
Introduction: The road to popular music : regulation, resistance, and negotiations / Hyunjoon Shin and Seung-Ah Lee -- The stage show and the dance floor : a history of "live music" in Korea / Hyunjoon Shin -- Assembling pop records in twentieth century Korea : a double is twice as good as a single / Keewoong Lee -- Broadcasting media and popular music : institution, technologies, and power / Jung-Yup Lee -- Emerging social distribution : the case of K-pop circulation in the global pop market / Sun Jung -- Trot and ballad : popular genres of Korean pop / Yu-jeong Chang -- Korean rock's journey from group sound to indie punk / Pil Ho Kim -- Modern folksong and people's song (minjung kayo) / Aekyung Park -- Korean black music and its culture : soul, funk, and hip-hop / Jaeyoung Yang -- Kim Hae-song, an incomplete dream of Korean jazz / Junhee Lee -- Shin Joong Hyun's rock sonority and Korean pentatonicism in "miin" / Dohee Kwon -- Kim Min-ki and the making of a legend / Okon Hwang -- Seo Taiji syndrome : rise of Korean youth and cultural transformation through global pop music styles in the early 1990s / Eun Young Jung -- Korean pop music and Korean identities : a political-cultural history of Korean pop music and its use of traditional Korean musical elements / Hyunseok Kwon -- Who's afraid of Korean idols? : five keywords for understanding Korean idol pop / Dong-Yeun Lee -- Controlling or supporting? : a history of cultural policies on popular music / Soojin Kim -- The voice of popular Korea : styles, genres, and contexts / Haekyung Um -- Asia and beyond : the circulation and reception of Korean popular music outside of Korea / Sunhee Koo and Sang-Yeon Loise Sung -- Afterword: "We tried to catch up, now we should evolve" : a conversation and Shin Hae-chul / Hyunjoon Shin and Ch'oe Chi-sŏn.
Popular musicKoreaHistory and criticism [Browse]
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
  • 9781138793033
  • 1138793035
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