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Hallyu eo anv ar "wagenn gorean" (Hangul한류

Hanja
 韓流
RR
 Hallyu; MR: Hallyu, selaou

, ur ger nevez-krouet a dalvez "red Korea") pe berzh hollek sevenadur Korea ar Su abaoe ar bloavezhioù 1990.[1][2][3] Kroget eo dre ar skinwel (K-dramas) hag ar sonerezh (K-pop) ha kentoc'h er broioù tostañ, e Reter ha Su Azia. Deuet eo da vezañ bedel a-drugarez d'an Internet ha d'ar rouedadoù sokial, gant un niver bras a videoioù sonerezh K-pop war lec'hienn YouTube.[4][5][6][7][8]

Notennoù[kemmañ | kemmañ ar vammenn]

  1. Farrar, Lara (December 31, 2010). "'Korean Wave' of pop culture sweeps across Asia", CNN, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. Retrieved on March 16, 2010. 
  2. Ravina, Mark (2009). "Introduction: Conceptualizing the Korean Wave". Southeast Review of Asian Studies
  3. Kim, Ju Young (2007). "Rethinking media flow under globalisation: rising Korean wave and Korean TV and film policy since 1980s". University of Warwick Publications
  4. Yoon, Lina. (2010-08-26) K-Pop Online: Korean Stars Go Global with Social Media.
  5. JAMES RUSSELL, MARK. The Gangnam Phenom. Foreign Policy. Kavet : 11 October 2012. “First taking off in China and Southeast Asia in the late 1990s, but really spiking after 2002, Korean TV dramas and pop music have since moved to the Middle East and Eastern Europe, and now even parts of South America.”
  6. South Korea's K-pop spreads to Latin America. Agence France-Presse. Kavet : 28 March 2013.
  7. Brown, August (29 April 2012). "K-pop enters American pop consciousness", The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved on 24 March 2013. "The fan scene in America has been largely centered on major immigrant hubs like Los Angeles and New York, where Girls' Generation sold out Madison Square Garden with a crop of rising K-pop acts including BoA and Super Junior." 
  8. "South Korea pushes its pop culture abroad", BBC (2011-11-08). Retrieved on 7 September 2012.