The Hallyu Wave
South Korea’s government manufactures a global cultural phenomenon
By: Purple Romero
How did South Korea, a relative midget surrounded by two giant economies with deep and ancient cultures – China, the world’s second-biggest; and Japan, the third, with a threatening nuclear neighbor to the north – emerge as the world’s most effective exporter of cultural economy -- exporting pop culture, entertainment, music, TV dramas,…
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