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K-pop is a genre of music characterized by a wide variety of audiovisual elements. While the . An example subgroup is Super Junior-K.R.Y. which consists of members Kyuhyun, .. Street: focuses on individuality, bright colors, mix-and-match styling, graphic prints, sports brands such as Adidas and Reebok (e.g. 2NE1-Fire. K-pop groups Super Junior and iKON powered spectacular performances in the closing ceremony of Asian Games. In , Dara met Pauleen Luna, a talent of ABS-CBN Corporation On May 6, Dara and her group 2NE1 released their single debut title "Fire". In , Donghae made his acting debut in Super Junior's horror.
Flows of language and identity come with the East Asian wave, and more of these flows will enable researchers to have a better understanding of the international flow in East Asian music. When combining multiple singers, the singers often switch their positions while singing and dancing by making prompt movements in synchrony, a strategy called "formation changing" Korean: To choreograph a dance for a song requires the writers to take the tempo into account.
Consequently, K-pop choreographers have to simplify movements. Training centers like Seoul's Def Dance Skool develop the dance skills of youth in order to give them a shot at becoming an idol .
Physical training is one of the largest focuses at the school, as much of a student's schedule is based around dance and exercise . The entertainment labels are highly selective, so few make it to fame. Students at the school must dedicate their lives to the mastery of dance in order to prepare for the vigorous routines performed by Kpop groups. This of course means that the training must continue if they are signed.
Companies house much larger training centers for those who are chosen . An interview with Kpop choreographer Rino Nakasone lends insight into the process of creating routines. According to Nakasone, her focus is to make dance routines that are flattering for the dancers but also complimentary to the music . Her ideas are submitted to the entertainment company as video recordings done by professional dancers Nakasone mentions that the company and the Kpop artists themselves have input on a song's choreography .
Lee gives another perspective, telling that her choreography often starts out as expressing the feeling or the meaning of the lyrics . What starts out as small movements, turns into a full dance that is better able to portray the message of the song . Fashion in South Korea K-pop has a significant influence on fashion in Asia, where trends started by idols are followed by young audiences.
Accessories included baseball caps worn backwards,  bucket hats and do-rags. Deux and DJ DOC can also be seen wearing on-trend hip-hop fashions such as sagging baggy pants, sportswear, and bandanas  in their performances.
With Korean popular music transforming into youth-dominated media, manufactured teenage idol groups began debuting in the mid and late '90s,  wearing coordinated costumes  that reflected the popular fashion trends among youth at the time.
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Hip-hop fashion, considered the most popular style in the late '90s,  remained, with idol groups H. While male idol groups' costumes were constructed with similar color schemes, fabrics, and styles, the outfits worn by each member still maintained individuality. Multiple editions of the album were released to include a DVD containing the groups Japanese and Korean music videos, according to Oricon 's music website.
The album peaked at 5 on the Oricon Daily Chart and went on to sell over 32, copies in Japan. It was released as the leading track from the album, two weeks before the album's release on February A non-album single " I Love You " was also released in their home country, topping the chart and becoming their sixth number one single.
The song had previously been used in an Intel Ultrabook commercial   On March 21, in an interview with ElleCL confirmed that the group has not yet planned an album for the United States, but wanted to produce more songs in English. The song was featured on will. She also embarked on a musical career that led to the release of her self-titled six-track album that contained the novelty dance hit "In Or Out".
In lateDara went to South Korea. It was then she was first acknowledged in Korean Pop culture. In MarchShe went ahead with the workshops, putting her career in the Philippines on hold.
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She came back to the country six months later to resume work. After Dara came back from South Korea, her popularity gradually started to die down as new batches.투애니원,슈퍼주니어,비에이피,2NE1,SuperJunior,BAP @Mcountdown backstage 2012.07.19
In lateDara tried a comeback as she signed a film contract with Regal Films. But after quiet months of no projects. Finally, she decided to left the Filipino showbiz industry and returned to South Korea with her family on August 1, On September 6, Dara released her first digital single titled "Kiss". Dara and Bom is a member of the weakest in terms of dance, the reverse with Minzy.
Dara frequently asked CL to assess her dance before their gig.
CL gladly help Dara fix wrong move.