SNSD & Hallyu's popularity reaches North Korea?
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Girl group SNSD's popularity has even extended to North Korea and an instructor has emerged in Pyongyang to teach their choreography. Radio Free Asia (RFA) has reported that young North Koreans are addicted to SNSD's dances. According to the media, in addition to SNSD, names of other South Korean dance groups such as Big Bang are now familiar to many people in North Korea. RFA also said that, according to a Chinese trader, "Disco is all the craze among the youth of Pyongyang in their 10s and 20s. The wealthy North Koreans try to teach their children South Korean dances and songs instead of musical instruments. A renowned instructor has emerged to teach this choreography." Also according to the trader, personal dance training from this instructor costs around $20 USD a month. Lastly, it was revealed that, "People in their 20s and 30s are copying the hairstyles that they see in South Korean dramas." Source: MyDaily via Nate
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