From Blackpink to BTS: K-pop wins the hearts of Peruvian fans amid rising popularity of K-culture

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “From Blackpink to BTS: K-pop wins the hearts of Peruvian fans amid rising popularity of K-culture” – below is their description.

Following the global success of Blackpink and BTS, K-pop bands have become a worldwide phenomenon. In the Peruvian capital Lima, fans gather every weekend to drop dance moves, share K-fashion, merchandise and pictures of their favourite Korean idols.

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