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Odd News Roundup: Trot is hot: It's not just K-pop in South Korea

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 15-11-2020 10:43 IST | Created: 15-11-2020 10:28 IST
Odd News Roundup: Trot is hot: It's not just K-pop in South Korea

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Trot is hot: It's not just K-pop in South Korea

In a film theatre near Seoul, scores of middle-aged South Korean women in matching baby-blue T-shirts, hair bands and face masks inscribed with the word "Hero" are screaming, singing along and taking selfies. They are some of the 135,000-member fan club of top male South Korean singer Lim Young-woong, gathering to watch "Mr Trot: The Movie", a movie featuring him and other singers who perform the country's oldest form of popular music, commonly called trot.



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