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November 3, 2011

korean wave

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 3:40 am

korean wave

These days, the korean wave is a hot topic!

The korean wave is seperated into various parts.

First, k-pop includes entereainment companies like SM entertainment, JYP entertainment, YG entertainment.

Second, dramas include Juwel in the place((1)dae jang geum), (2)winter sonata and so on.

Third, clothes include (3)hanbok, (4)mosi.

Fourth, food include (5)kimchi, (6)cahpchae, bulgogi, (7)bibim bab.

Additionally, we will introduce the korean wave’s effect.

First, the korean wave has cultural effects.

In the cultural effect, the korean wave introduces korean culture.

For example, Americans who listen to Girl’s generation’s songs learn the korean language.

Second, the korean wave has (8)economic effects.

In the economic effect, Foreigners tour korea.

For example, Japanese visit winter sonata’s place.

Finally, the korean wave has social effects.

In social effect, Foreigners’s opinions about korea change for the better.

For example, Chinese like super junior. So they look for information about korea.

After that, they change their opion about korea.

* References:


1.Do you think k-pop has positive effects on adolescents? why or why not?
2.How can we contiue the korean wave?
3.What do you think is the most representative korean wave content? why do you think so?

representative :
[NOUN] A representative is a person who has been chosen to act or make decisions on behalf of another person or a group of people.
[ADJ][ADJ n] A representative group consists of a small number of people who have been chosen to make decisions on behalf of a larger group.
[etc.] → see also House of Representatives

korean wave : The popularity of South Korean popular culture in other Asian countries

seperate :
Common misspelling of separate.
[edit] Verbseperate
Common misspelling of separate.
Retrieved from “”

generation :
[NOUN][with supp] A generation is all the people in a group or country who are of a similar age, especially when they are considered as having the same experiences or attitudes.
[ADJ] Generation is used to indicate how long members of your family have had a particular nationality. For example, second generation means that you were born in the country you live in, but your parents were not.

foreigner :
[NOUN] A foreigner is someone who belongs to a country that is not your own.
They are discouraged from becoming close friends with foreigners.

* Class 93, Group # 8,

kim da-ye

song si-hyun

yook min-ji

heo ga-en


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