S6;E2: The Influence of K-Pop in the Philippines and East Asia

Season 6, Episode 2: In this episode, Yonsei students Bonnie and Inna sit down to discuss the rise of K-Pop in the areas around Korea and its influence on the music industry in these countries. The conversation centers around idol culture, consumerism, and how these new groups can move away from mere imitation and take ownership of K-Pop-inspired music.


Guests: Bonnie Lo and Inna Christine Cabel

Producer/Editor: Erin Tiedemann

Camera/Assistant Editor: Foteini Giannopoulou

Music: Expression by Pold



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About Erin Tiedemann 6 Articles
Erin is a graduate student at Yonsei GSIS currently pursuing her Masters in Global Affairs and Policy. Originally from New York, USA, her time spent studying and working in Hong Kong, China, and South Korea inspired her to pursue international relations as well as cultural exchange and understanding. She has experience working in the realms of media, education, and finance, and her background in humanities gives her an appreciation for understanding peoples’ lived experiences. Her areas of interest include international development and cooperation, particularly pertaining to gender, sustainability, and human migration.