I stumbled across this book today while browsing through Columbia University Press’ books on sale, and while my interest in J-pop is nascent, barely extending beyond Utada Hikaru and the various projects of Yasutaka Nakata, I’m really intrigued by this book and just happy that it exists. If there was a K-pop equivalent to this book, I’d have already ordered it.
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