Updated: Jun 30, 2020
K-Pop, also known as Korean Pop, is a genre of music closely related to the American pop culture yet also integrating a distinct style into it with dancing and having large groups of artists. It is often seen as a bright and colorful concept and artists are idolized and loved immensely throughout the world.
Recently, K-Pop has taken the world by storm with BTS paving their way through the American Music Industry (I did talk about them in my previous post). Fast-forward to today, many Korean groups are known throughout the world and K-Pop has officially become a phenomenon.
Many people all over the world often think that the idols have a great life and aspire to be them, spending long hours training just to be them. However, behind all the smiley faces of the K-Pop artists and positive vibes that they give, there lie deep and dark secrets of the K-Pop industry that we do not know or that we don't really talk about. One of it is suicides.
Today, we will be talking about this topic that everyone often avoid. I know that it is a really sensitive topic to talk about but I am talking with respect to the K-Pop