Tuesday, January 8, 2013
[News] K-Pop Stars to Continue Hallyu Wave Due to Psy's 'Gangnam Style' Syndrome
It seems that the K-Pop wave will be stronger than ever in 2013.
With the Psy syndrome that passed last year, many other K-Pop artists are making their comebacks this year.
Because of Psy's unexpected success, the K-Pop market has been able to grow bigger than ever. Everyone is trying out new concepts and trying to become the 'next Psy'.
Many agencies are also working on holding international tours and events for fans all over the world.
SM Entertainment will be starting with TVXQ's world tour starting in Hong Kong on January 19. They will also be going to Japan for a dome tour in April.
BoA will also be holding a special solo concert in Seoul to start off the new year.
Girls' Generation has also released a new album and is getting ready of their Japan Arena tour.
YG Entertainment is also busy as they are getting ready for Psy's concert at the Honda Center in California. He is also busy working on his new album that will release sometime in February or March.
An official commented that Psy will be busy again this year in the states with his activities.
Big Bang will also hold a concert in Seoul before beginning individual member activities.
JYP Entertainment's Wonder Girls will be starting their individual activities as well.
2PM will also be making a comeback in Korea after a 2 year hiatus.
It seems that it will be a jam packed year for K-Pop as many are looking forward to these top stars comebacks.