A DESASTER: K-POP BANNED IN JAPAN?

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  1. Hermes1

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    The tensions in economics between S-Korea and Japan have reached a new peak.

    Will kpop suffer from this?

    What happens if S-Korea ban Jpop and Japan ban Kpop?

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    Please post me your opinion?

    Japanese people says Boycott S-Korea
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    S.-Korean people says Boycott Japan
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    #1 Hermes1, Aug 12, 2019
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    Tbh I seriously doubt the people that listen to kpop in Japan are just going to stop, the groups that are big in Japan would still be getting their Japan money, just not from tours. Hard to ban music.
     
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    RIP BTS Twice and Iz*one if it happens lol
    Well BTS will be fine
     
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    lol and Mnet is making produce 101 japan which is going to be filmed in Korea RIP
     
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    ikon still touring till next month tho. sold out concerts.
     
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    none of my 2 ultimate groups will be much affected by this so idc
     
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    You remind k-pop ban in Chinese TV shows 2017 - 2018, issued by the Ministry of Culture.

    China places ban on Korean Entertainment
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    Why did China ban K-pop?


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    Answered Mar 9, 2017

    Actually China banned all the activities involving South Korea like Kpop, Korean products, Dramas, and movies which are produced on mutual banners (China - Korea productions) . There are many dramas and movies which are kept on hold to release in which Korean artists are involved. It also banned streaming of South Korean shows & dramas in its country. The main aim of China is to make South Korea economically weak by banning Korean activities in the country because China has huge contribution in South Korean entertainment and product industry.

    China is not happy about Washington’s agreement with Seoul to build a missile shield system, known as THAAD, in South Korea to protect the close US ally from North Korean attacks. Since South Korea and China share same air and water space, it felt that it would be used against them in future and was completely against it. Other than issuing angry statements, though, China actually can’t do much to stop the installation of the THAAD system. It’s taking its anger out on Korean pop culture instead.

    From TV dramas to fried chicken, South Korean products are especially popular among young people in China. They’re also one of South Korea’s biggest exports, earning the country a record $5.3 billion in 2014. China is tapping into that popularity in an attempt to hurt South Korea economically.
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    K-pop singer Rain's performance at Asian Culture Carnival could signal lift of China's ban on K-pop

    A famous South Korean singer has taken to the stage in Beijing for the first time since 2016. Three years ago the Chinese government banned all K-pop stars from performing in China.

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