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Born in South Korea, the Korean genre is taking over the world. The combination of different musical styles such as dance-pop, rock, electronic, hip-hop, R&B as well as many others has captured the world’s imagination. K-pop bands, who wear colourful and fashionable outfits, have also attracted attention by performing intricate choreographies together with sharp dance routines. It comes as no surprise that K-Pop videos ranked among the most watched in the online world. Therefore, it is quite an incredible experience to witness these innovative K-Pop artists perform their latest albums and hits live and it’s something you wouldn’t want to miss out on. So select your favourite concert, choose a suitable attire and buy your K-pop tickets as soon as possible, right here at StubHub! You won’t regret it!
All about K-Pop history
The musical genre dates back to the early nineties when Korean artists began teaming up and forming boy groups like H.O.T. and Shinhwa, which were extremely popular during that decade. Despite their success and the help of agencies, the K-Pop industry didn't make it outside of Asia until 2009, when Wonder Girls became the first Korean singers on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Part of what has simply become known as the Korean Wave, the song ‘Gangnam Style’ catapulted K-pop into the global spotlight in 2012. Psy’s music video became viral on Youtube and now has over three billion views, leading Time magazine to proclaim K-pop as “South Korea’s Greatest Export”. This success inspired performers to develop the music genre further, with many girl groups and boy bands appearing and competing at an international level. In fact, groups and artists such as Super Junior, TVXQ, FTIsland and Girls Generation regularly sell out venues all over the world and are known for their energy-packed shows. Any K-Pop concert nowadays is a huge hit, so don’t hesitate and get hold of your tickets as soon as possible.