These K Pop Mvs Have The Most Culture Appropriated Content

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These K-Pop MVs Have The Most Culture Appropriated Content
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These K-Pop MVs Have The Most Culture Appropriated Content

K-Pop artists have been in some hot water lately due to international fans calling them out for their cultural appropriation. Whether it was for a stage concept, MV or dance routine, these K-Pop groups and artists were all guilty of culture appropriation one way or another. Check out who did in the list down below.

G-Dragon has an unfortunate history with upsetting black fans due to his at times racist posts and culture appropriation found in his MVs. "Michi Go" is just one of them. Fans were upset by his manny offensive hairstyles.

SEVENTEEN Currently In The United States Filming Video Content For Upcoming Comeback
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SEVENTEEN Currently In The United States Filming Video Content For Upcoming Comeback

With reports that SEVENTEEN would be flying to the United States to prepare for their comeback at the beginning of this month, news has come out that they are currently in Los Angeles to film video content, including a music video.

According to multiple sources in the industry, SEVENTEEN recently flew to the U.S. and will be staying there for about two weeks. The group plans to try out a variety of new projects. Though it was first reported that they would only be filming a music video, it looks like that isnt the case and the album is still being put together.

[HanCinema's Digest] Culture Corner
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[HanCinema's Digest] Culture Corner

Watch a short documentary about the 'gender wars' in Gangnam, Paste explores popular culture on both sides of the DMZ, Koreans are favouring smaller weddings, and is South Korea on its way to becoming a cycling nation?

"South Korea's Gender Wars"

The affluent district of Gangnam has been at the centre of heated debates over the level of misogyny in the country. According to this report, "Feminists blamed Korea's gender inequality and took to the streets which sparked counter protests from men's rights defenders who felt men were unfairly attacked". Al Jazeera has this 24-minute documentary on the country's gender wars...

Produce 101 Season 2 Takes No. 1 Spot In Content Power Index Rankings
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Produce 101 Season 2 Takes No. 1 Spot In Content Power Index Rankings

Mnets Produce 101 Season 2 takes No. 1 spot in the Content Power Index (CPI) rankings for two weeks in a row.

The Content Power Index ranks television programs based on their overall influence and popularity, factoring in a variety of measurements like search engine rankings and number of articles published on the show.

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According to the report released by CJ EM and Nielsen Korea on April 24, Produce 101 Season 2 took the first place spot for the second week of April, beating MBCs Infinite Challenge, which came in second place, and tvNs Youns Kitchen, which came in third.

'Produce 101' Season 2 Took The First Place For Content Power Index For Two Weeks
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'Produce 101' Season 2 Took The First Place For Content Power Index For Two Weeks

"Produce 101" Season 2 recently got critique for unfair point system. Yet, the show is still fine and they already gave their explanation about that. As the continuation of the previous season, this program is really good for taking viewers' attention. Recently, it has another accomplishment for showing great Content Power Index.

"Produce 101" season 2 is a TV program in Mnet to choose 11 top trainees among 98 contestants to later debut as a permanent boy group. The previous season has succeeded debuting IOI with many good feedbacks from fans and also some great accomplishment.