Korean pop music. A term that covers and is used to refer to all kinds of Korean music. Has better variety than Jpop, especially in hip hop.
K-hip hop has Honey Family, Leessang, Jinusean, Park Myung Hou, Drunken Tiger, People Crew, X-Teen, and DJ Doc just to name a few.

J-hip hop has...Dragon Ash, Soul Scream, 19 Zip, uhhh...umm... -_-;
viết bởi nikkan_hanil 10 Tháng mười hai, 2003
another way to say "Alright, Father"
Father: Make your bed!
Child: Kpop.
viết bởi gergison 05 Tháng ba, 2005
a abbreviation of korean music that consists of

'dance, electronic, electropop, hip hop, rock, and R&B music originating in South Korea"
a somewhat catchy genre, its bands usually consists of attractive groups of both gender. Through the Internet it has gained worldwide popularity. Being in korean, it has been untested if its fans understand korean or they have no idea what the songs are about. Described by the Times as 'catchy but derivative' it is possibly the shallowest form of music ever to gain popularity. Known to cause various facebook posts, usually in all caps, about how much they heart k-pop. The names of the bands are ridiculous, such as 'Big Bang', 'Girls Generation' and '2pm'. These are, respectively, a scientific theory explaining the expansion of the universe, a process of which girls generate, and a time in the afternoon when eating may be considered 'a late lunch'. These are the meanings of the names obeying grammar, but may have some other meaning to the South Koreans, but one can only fathom what they think it means. These are still ridiculous names compared to the names of other, non-korean bands.
The description above contains opinions. Everyone is entitled on their own.
typical internet user: I dislike k-pop
k-pop fan: why u hatin' just shut up if u got opinion dont say , etc
viết bởi kayzl 14 Tháng mười một, 2012
Kpop or K-pop is a short term for korean pop (popular) music. With the internet and all the new technology, a lot of countries began to know (and sometimes fall for) kpop. The korean pop artists usually have music videos (or M/Vs) with great choreography and overproduced songs, which sound incredibly dancing.
Kpop artists also have fan bases, some bigger than others, and do fan meeting, shows, concerts and might have variety programs of their own.

1 - When you first listen to kpop, you can fall into it really deep, or you can hate it (really deep, too). Sometimes you can ignore it, but usually people do one or another.

2 - Kpoppers, fans of kpop, are over dramatic sometimes and will be protective over their favorite ones. They won't go down without a fight.
"I went to a 2NE1's show last week. Best. Experience. Of. My. Life."
"I don't really listen to kpop, it's too extreme for me."
"OMO! Look at Jimin, he's so hot!"
"Ugh, I hate Taeyeon..."
viết bởi figure-my-heart-out 17 Tháng sáu, 2015
Kpop is short for Korean Pop Music

It's enjoyable for people that aren't stuck in the 20th century and can't get over the fact that it's ok for guys to wear makeup, hug and do things that would normally be considered gay.

Kpop has a lot of influence from western music but is still an entire genre on it's own. First off, it's in Korean. They have a certain vibe that western music doesn't give off.

The music videos they make are yes, probably the weirdest ones you will ever see but that just makes it better. The dancing they do is actually worth a watch because the synchronization is great, even when they are doing incredibly hard dances they pull it off, without lip syncing while singing.

Kpop also has a large fanbase, and sadly some of those people in the fanbase are known as 'sasaeng'. They basically stalk the celebrity and get all their personal information and ruin kpop for the rest of the fans.

If you know someone that likes kpop you have probably heard a word 'bias'. That's just what people use to say 'who is your favorite member' it would be 'who is your bias'

Their fashion sense is quite strange but why does it really matter what they wear, or what they look like. They can sing, rap or dance and it looks good. (It's sad to think that people only judge things apon look now, cause everyone is just an idiot)
Do you like Kpop?

Yes...I do
Isn't Kpop gay?
Fuck off
viết bởi loveislove123 14 Tháng bảy, 2016
A ganre if music from South Korea. Groups are out together by corporations and go through intensive training for years before the debut.
Girl: Hey did you hear about EXO-K's new song?
Girl 2: Oh! They're that K-pop band you like right?
viết bởi Sakura Kiss 25 Tháng sáu, 2016
Korean pop music. The current fad in the 21st century which will have dominated the world by the 22nd century. Includes either solo artist or groups, killer choreography, sexy persons with amazing personalities, and awesome music videos
Donnacia: Oh, did you hear the latest song by the Wonder Girls?
Jason: Who's the Wonder Girls?
Donnacia: They're a South Korean girl group who sing K-Pop.
Jason: What's K-Pop?
Donnacia: Korean Pop! The most amazing the on earth!(:


Suzuki: Which is better K-Pop or J-Pop?
La'Tisha: I say K-pop 'cause it's more Americanized and unique. But J-Pop is still good.
Suzuki: Oh you pooper! I except you to say J-Pop, haha!
Kim Yeol-Hee: I think they both are equally amazing!(:
viết bởi Eunnie~! 16 Tháng một, 2012
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