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  • Isn't kpop already rivaling cpop? Isn't that why they banned it??

    Yes china's goverment didn't allowed kpop concerts or apparence of korean idols since 2016 in china tv.

    But i notice the chinese can listen kpop and watching the kpop idols

    The kpop music is accepted in china

  • If I understand this correctly, the "There are many talented individuals there" part means that they want Kpop producers to work with Cpop artists. So it's more like Kpop and Cpop working together?

    Both international fans and knetizens comments re disagree with you ...

  • China=only chinese idol


    Japan=only cute idols

    if you are getting what i meant.

    korean artist go china for films and stuff. profit in film industry there.

    where as they go japan for music. profit in music industry there. Never seen k-idols releasing chinese music

  • If Alibaba purchase some SM shares,

    then we might see a "2nd SM revival" in China.


    "China to become the "Hollywood of Asia" if they allow

    Korean producers to enter the market. - As if China will allow that. :sketchyk:

  • I think chinese idols gained more money than kpop idols in china

    Obviously it’s in China. So c idols are gonna earn more than kpop idols. But the industry as a whole is not worth more than the Korean music industry according to ifpi. I’m guessing because of cheap digitals and cheap song sales

  • Obviously it’s in China. So c idols are gonna earn more than kpop idols. But the industry as a whole is not worth more than the Korean music industry according to ifpi. I’m guessing because of cheap digitals and cheap song sales

    I actually don't think they know exactly how much the Chinese music industry is worth as it's hard to get real data there. The only thing we know is that the movie market is already the largest in the world. They overtook the US in terms of revenue at the box office.


    I wouldn't be surprised if they eventually do the same for the music industry as well. If they open up and allow for kpop groups to have concerts and promote there, it's just a matter of time that they will be the biggest kpop market in the world. Plus big Chinese companies are already big shareholders many of the kpop companies, like YG, SM, Hybe, JYP etc.. Tencent alone is like the 2nd largest owner of HYBE, 3rd largest owner of YG and also owns a big piece of JYP among others.

  • GO Lee Soo Man, defeat those mothefu... slavers communists

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  • I pretty sure won young ever lived in Taiwan. Her grand parents (father's side) are from mainland China, and moved early on to Korea (before the korean war). Her father was actually born in Korea, but is ethnically Chinese. Neither her father nor grand parents ever lived in Taiwan.

    What about wonyoung? Does she speak mandarin?

  • Wonyoung's dad is a hwagyo (Chinese-Korean) whose parents came from Shandong and took Republic of China (Taiwan) citizenship but had never lived in Taiwan. The ROC citizenship was common for hwagyo.


    There is a reason Wonyoung never talks about this, hwagyo are discriminated against even though they gave Korean its iconic noodle dish:

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    Why do I watch survival shows? This!

  • Wonyoung's dad is a hwagyo (Chinese-Korean) whose parents came from Shandong and took Republic of China (Taiwan) citizenship but had never lived in Taiwan. The ROC citizenship was common for hwagyo.


    There is a reason Wonyoung never talks about this, hwagyo are discriminated against even though they gave Korean its iconic noodle dish:

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    Wow thanks for this, I learned something new. Very sad that they are still discriminated against.

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