Meet Han Sung-Jun, a kpop fan who was transmigrated into a former kpop trainee in an alternate universe where Kpop is more popular but with groups and songs that are unknown to him. Can Jun fulfill his dream of becoming a global idol in this new life with a system as support? ************ Author's current works: War Online, My Soul card is a Reaper, Weapon Seller in the world of magic Author's other notable works: The Last Slytherin, The Sharingan Hyuga.
What does it feel like to be stabbed by the idol you admired ever since you were young? Well, Joshua knows... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kingw0lfy/? or just kingw0lfy. Twitter: https://twitter.com/w0lfie6 or just wolfie6. PS: Cover art ain't mine.
Jordan is a 15-year-old ARMY living in the U.S. After dying to a truck, he get's reincarnated into the body of Kim Tae-hyung in the country of Korea, with a system. But is this his world? Or another one where he will shock the world? ************************ DISCLAMERS: - First real novel, I have others but they're trash. - English is not my first language so excuse the grammer. - I just go introduced to the world of KPOP so I'm not very knowledgeble. - Cover is not mine, if artist wants it gone, leave a comment. - V's background is fictional cuz nobody knows howhe grew up.
Being an idol implies a lot of things. From crazy fans, to any kind of injustice a person can suffer. To be an idol means to have thousands and thousands of people constantly looking at every action of yours. In this context, Park Jangsu, also known as Park Chris, a little boy born in poor conditions, struggles to become what he most desires, an idol. Let's follow how he, step by step, confronts all of the obstacles that fall on his way, and overcomes them. Also, let's attentively see how he evolves from a kid, involved in all kinds of mess, and becomes a true Idol, worthy of the title of "King of the Stage". BUT, an idol's path is not only about music, let's see how he interacts with those of his same circle, and slowly create relationships with them...
Kiera was a trainee in small componey at 17 years old for subsistence after her parent death. At soon, she create her own agency at such young age. Can Kiera be an idol and success ? "Look at our talents, Not our face."- Kiera. FAN-FIC NOTE ! Will update 3 chapter in a week or multiple(surprise) If not update or less from 3 chapter(sorry still a pupil so... busy)
Jay, King of Kpop, was died in an accident and transmigrated into 19 years old Jay whose dream is to become a global idol. "Im taking over the life you abandoned." "I will exact revenge for you." "I will repay your debts." "So your dream is to become a world-famous idol? It just so happens I used to be one." ------------ This is my first novel so there may be mistakes, forgive me. Please support me guys.
This story tells the tale of Park Jin woo a man who lived a depressing and unfulfilled life as a talented yet unacknowledged kpop songwriter who used music and dance to escape his sad life, but what he didn't expect is that it would actually lead him to meet a being who would give him 1 wish and transmigrate him into a parallel world to his where music from his previous world doesn't exist and the most surprising part of it all is...Idols are actually encouraged by fans to date each other in this world..... Join Jin woo in his journey to the peak of the music industry and watch him find true love and friendship and attain the peace he had always craved. AN and disclaimer: I wrote this based of my favorite groups and their members. Please don't be offended and please don't get mad if I ship people...There will be cases that I would be using the artist's songs so please do not get mad and understand that these are just songs that i love and wanted to use. I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE SONGS NOR DO I WANT TO AFFECT THE LIVES OF THE ARTISTS. This is purely fictional and is not meant to harm anyone. Other than that, please enjoy my story i hope you can immerse yourself in the story and escape like Jin woo had ;)
"Modern K-pop "idol" culture began with the boy band H.O.T. in 1996, as K-pop grew into a subculture that amassed enormous fandoms of teenagers and young adults. After a slump in early K-pop, from 2003 TVXQ and BoA started a new generation of K-pop idols that broke the music genre into the neighboring Japanese market and continue to popularize K-pop internationally today. With the advent of online social networking services and Korean TV shows, the current spread of K-pop and Korean entertainment, known as the Korean Wave, is seen not only in East Asia and Southeast Asia, but also in Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Latin America, North Africa, Southern Africa and East Africa, the Middle East and throughout the Western world, gaining a widespread global audience. The term "K-pop" became popular in the 2000s. Previously, South Korean pop music was called gayo (가요). While "K-pop" is a general term for popular music in South Korea, it is often used in a narrower sense for the genre described here. In 2018, K-pop experienced significant growth and became a 'power player', marking a 17.9% increase in revenue growth. As of 2019, K-pop is ranked at number six among the top ten music markets worldwide according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry's "Global Music Report 2019", with BTS and Blackpink cited as artists leading the market growth. In 2020, K-pop experienced a record-breaking year when it experienced a 44.8% growth and positioned itself as the fastest-growing major market of the year.[11"
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