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Talent agencies of South Korea

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Chapters: Brave Entertainment, Cube Entertainment, DSP Media, Good Entertainment, Jungle Entertainment, JYP Entertainment, Logi Entertainment, Mnet Media, Nega Network, Pledis Entertainment, S.M. Entertainment, Seo Taiji Company,... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Chapters: Brave Entertainment, Cube Entertainment, DSP Media, Good Entertainment, Jungle Entertainment, JYP Entertainment, Logi Entertainment, Mnet Media, Nega Network, Pledis Entertainment, S.M. Entertainment, Seo Taiji Company, Sidus HQ, Starship Entertainment, Star Empire Entertainment, TS Entertainment, Woollim Entertainment, Yejeon Media, YG Entertainment. Excerpt: S.M. Entertainment (Hangul: ) is an independent Korean record label, talent agency, producer, and publisher of pop music, founded by Lee Soo-man in South Korea. Initially, "SM" was an abbreviation of the agency founder's name, but now stands for "Star Museum." Its current CEO is Kim Young-min. The label is one of the "big three" record companies of Korea along with YG Entertainment and JYP Entertainment because of strong market share and international operations. SM is credited for starting and leading the Hallyu Wave throughout Asia and internationally. Once the home to the original Korean Idol groups like H.O.T., S.E.S., and Shinhwa, its current roster of recording artists include Kangta, BoA, TVXQ, TRAX, The Grace, Super Junior, Zhang Liyin, Girls' Generation, J-Min, Shinee, f(x), and EXO, all of whom enjoy great success both domestically and internationally. It is also home to actors like Go Ara, Kim Min-jong, Lee Yeon-hee and Kim Ian. SM Entertainment also co-publishes Avex Trax releases for Japanese artists such as Ayumi Hamasaki, Namie Amuro, and Koda Kumi, as well as Johnny's Entertainment acts like Arashi and KAT-TUN. According to the Financial Times, the company's market capitalization has reached ¿1.38 trillion ($1.24 billion US Dollars). Janine Bower from MTV Iggy considers it to be a mega-corporation, while Evan Ramstad from The Wall Street Journal calls it a "K-pop powerhouse" After graduating from Seoul National University and pursuing his own career as a singer, Lee Soo Man surveyed teenage girls on what they wanted to see in music groups and started the boy group H.O.T. and girl group S.E.S.. Both groups became successful during the late 1990s. Soon thereafter, Lee created Shinhwa, and once again, the band attained the same popularity and success, continuing Lee's streak of producing successful artists. In 1999, Lee created Korea's first R&B duo, Fly to the Sky, with members Hwanhee and Brian, adding to Lee's list of successful groups. In February 1

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2013
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781157025573

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