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K-pop group leaning on investors to break even | Money Talks

Whether you love the slick dance moves and catchy tunes that stay in your head for days, or not, South Korean pop music, or K-pop is a trend that's growing far beyond the country's shores. And as Bruce Harrison reports from Seoul, if you want to make it big in the industry, you have to move fast. #MoneyTalks #KPop #SouthKorea

K-pop giant BTS contributes $3.6B to South Korean economy | Money Talks

K-pop giant BTS contributes $3.6B to South Korean economy | Money Talks

K-pop band BTS upsets China with Korean War comments

K-pop band BTS upsets China with Korean War comments

K-pop songs to play at World Cup 2018

K-pop songs to play at World Cup 2018

South Korea's Entertainment Industry | A Look Into | Showcase

South Korea's Entertainment Industry | A Look Into | Showcase

Syria's Cultural Exodus

Syria's Cultural Exodus

Mongolian Khuumi: One of the world's hardest types of singing | Compass

Mongolian Khuumi: One of the world's hardest types of singing | Compass

How communism helped create Mongolian opera | Compass

How communism helped create Mongolian opera | Compass

What is Mongol Popera?​ | Compass

What is Mongol Popera?​ | Compass

Opera: The Pride of Mongolia | Compass

Opera: The Pride of Mongolia | Compass

Are artists to blame for gentrification?

Are artists to blame for gentrification?

Why does this woman hate street art?

Why does this woman hate street art?

Compass: Art & Gentrification

Compass: Art & Gentrification

This trance music is 500 years old | The World of Gnawa | Compass

This trance music is 500 years old | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Asmaa Hamzaoui and the girls of Timbouktou | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Asmaa Hamzaoui and the girls of Timbouktou | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Compass: The world of Gnawa

Compass: The world of Gnawa

Compass: The Art of Co-existence

Compass: The Art of Co-existence

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