Korean pop music finds growing following in India

120323-korea-2New Delhi:  After having regaled Indian fans with a first-of-its-kind performance in the capital, members of South Korean band N-Sonic hope more artists from their homeland get to perform K-POP in the country.

The boys only have encouraging words to share with their fans in India.

“Never give up. If you follow what you like, success will be guaranteed. We were touched to see Indian contestants singing and dancing to Korean numbers,” said Sihoo.

Divided into song and dance categories, the fest saw participants from Chennai, Mumbai, Guwahati and Delhi.

While Indian music lovers are grooving to the tunes of South Korean artists – remember Psy of “Gangnam style” fame – the N-Sonic band members are also all praise for desi beats.

“India has a strong unique style. It is a good place to learn music. We would like to collaborate with Indian artists some day,” said J. Heart. Though they are not good with names of Indian music artists, they are familiar with Bollywood’s beloved ‘badshah’ Shah Rukh Khan.

When asked about Bollywood, Sihoo promptly said: “Shah Rukh Khan. I got to watch ‘My Name Is Khan’, then I searched for his details online and became his fan!”

J. Heart also nodded in agreement and said that his favourite SRK movie is “Om Shanti Om”. In fact, when his fans got to know about his liking for the film, he delivered the film’s popular dialogue – “Ek chutki sindoor ki keemat tum kya jaano Ramesh babu”, with a little help from an Indian emcee.

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