Korean film industry has been growing up that we can feel that power in our emotion on screen more and in hollywood. From the first movie ‘Vomting a sense of royalty’, a history of film industry is started. Directly after the independnce from Japan, film industry got first hit with independent movies and especially after the Korean war, movie helped people find things to enjoy in the dilapidated terratory. Over the IMF, distressed industry
After all, the songs played in America were and are primarily songs from American and British artists. However, the emergence of K-pop on the airwaves is evident of a shift into a new normal. In fact, South Korean pop groups have already begun to find moderate success in the global market. For example, Girls ' Generation sold out Madison Square Garden in 2011. Superstars like Bruno Mars and Skrillex have collaborated on songs and albums with Korean artists.
Yoo Jae-suk, as well as some other celebrities, also appeared in “Family Outing” in 2008, which made it one of the top-rated shows in Korea. “Running Man” was the next variety show Yoo Jae-suk hosted. It has low ratings at first, although later its popularity increased not only in South Korea but also overseas. On “Running Man”, his is known as Yoollis Willis, which is spoof of Bruce Willis. His career continues boosting and thrilling the souls of his fans in the country.
South Korea in Building Its Soft Power and Cultural Diplomacy Through Its Culture and Technology: Case Study of K-Pop Music Industry I. Abstract In these recent years, South Korea has becoming one of the influential soft powers by attracting others by its cultures, especially on it entertainment aspects. South Korea nowadays in this globalized world also in its attempt to build and strengthen its diplomacy through the cultures they have. The cultures of South Korea are now becoming trends not only for Asian people but also for people around the world, especially now South Korea is generally known with its K-Pop music industry, which K-Pop music industry becomes one of the most important factors that can influence the successfulness of South
For any country, one’s culture is an important aspect. Culture can be portrayed in many different ways and one of those ways is what is seen on the big screen – cinema. Cinema changes and progresses as time goes on and what happens socially and politically in the state. Korean cinema experienced the transformation of the Korean family. The history of Korean cinema industry is considered to be dynamic as they were able to build the market from absolutely nothing to one of the biggest cinema industry in the world.
The country is highly regarded in that the World Bank has classified it a “high-income economy”, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as an “advanced economy”, and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) regards it as a “developed market”. This economic upsurge was greatly attributed to “manufacturing oriented exports and a highly educated workforce”. This is evident in the country’s high ranking in the Human Development Index (HDI) particularly on the Education Index where it occupies the top rank in Asia and 7th worldwide. In the Global Innovation Index, South Korea holds the title being the most innovative country. South Korea’s strategy also centered in growing the internationally-competitive, family-controlled conglomerates, chaebol, through easy financing and tax incentives.
In coherence to this companies vision follows its mission (About us). Samsung’s mission is “to inspire the world with their new technologies, products and design that enrich the lives and contribute to social prosperity by creating a new future.”(About us). Samsung is a group based in South Korea. Producing nearly one-fifth of Korea’s exports, it is the largest businesses in Korea (Burris). Samsung first started on March 1 in 1938, as a trading company, created by Lee byung- chull.
The bundled package provides effective resolutions to customers’ needs for entertainment and communication at a very competitive rate, alongside a 24-hour superior customer service. Even as the cable and telecommunication industry are emerging, Comcast is one of the industry’s top competitors alongside AT&T, DISH Network, Direct TV, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. Comcast is still able to capture 24% of the TV market share in United States with increased 2017 second quarter revenue of $21.17 billion and earnings per share (EPS) of 52 cents per share. To stimulate sales and expand the existing the market share, Comcast will strategically implement marketing approach to attract new customers both from the residential and commercial services with the bundled package, which provides more value at a competitive rate. This marketing approach will utilize marketing tool that includes outdoor, service centers, retail stores, internet, traditional advertisement, and Social Media.
KOREAN DRAMA CRAZE AMONG YOUTH IN MALAYSIA Winter Sonata, Jewel in the Palace, Healer, Secret Garden and Boys Over Flowers. Those who are fans of Korean Drama must be familiar with those title. That was the title of Korean Drama that has been aired in Malaysia and has attracted many viewers to watch it. Youth in Malaysia especially female are obsessed with Korean drama. Based on the observation that had been made among Malaysian youth, it is evident that the Korean Drama or well known as K-Drama has getting more popular and has successfully been absorbed into the life of Malaysian youth in particular and Asian teenagers in general.
Korean Pop, also known as K-Pop, is a genre of music originated from South Korea. K-Pop is known for its idols, who tend to be very beautiful and talented, the vibrant colors and use of unique concepts. There are also many K-Pop groups with a range of 2 to 24 people in a groups. Most K-Pop groups have very strong fan bases due to their fan service, and abilities to speak multiple languages, this gives them the ability to connect with international fans making it popular outside of South Korea. One of the more popular groups would have to be SHINee.