K-pop Quiz: Can You Get 80% On This Quiz?

<span class="author-by">by</span> Samantha <span class="author-surname">Stratton</span>

by Samantha Stratton

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Do you have what it takes to beat this K-pop quiz? Try to answer all the questions and beat 80% of the people around the world.

Whispering dominated the last half-decade of western pop music: a purposely dry, almost ASMR-like performance popularized by Julia Michaels, Selena Gomez, Lana Del Rey, and Billie Eilish, the major label “Indie Pop.” The sound is calming and peaceful, a reaction to the world’s turmoil, the music of the millennial, a minimalist decoration—why should you relax the belt?

In the United States, K-Pop idol music took place exactly the same time, and the opposite was true: a maximalist dreamland full of color, high performances of concepts and film, a multitude of dancers, and unparalleled choreography. If in the United States Top 40 required soft singers, every breath was captured in the microphone through a mid-tempo chorus. Also, K-pop seemed to have a genre-less alternative: endless stimulation, euphoria delivered in eight to ten melodies, and great harmonies.

We think it is enjoyable and it gives you joy when you’re listening to and seeing (K-pop is designed to be enjoyed visually as much, if not more than it is meant to be heard). And music is approaching global omnipresence.

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And that’s understandable. This is understandable. American audiences have hesitated in the history of popular culture to accept recorded music in another language, with the exception of a few superstars in Spanish. Also, the world’s biggest music market is supposed to be crossed by artists from other cultures.

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“BTS is not only the largest act of K-pop in the charts. They have been the world’s largest team, stopping,” writes Time.

“In the meantime, as several albums were released, all records broke down, and in 2020 BTS came to the zenith of pop stardom. And in one year of losses, in which the world paused and everyone tried to keep their links”. Also, this is probably one of the most engaging quizzes you will play today.

Time’s announcement of his person of the year was ahead of time. BTS consisted of 7 members, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook.

Furthermore, in 2014, the band released its first album, Dark & Wild, followed by Love Yourself: Tear in 2018. Wings in 2016. In 2020, BTS released two records: Soul Map: February 7 and November Be. Also, we will test your knowledge in this K-pop quiz.

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BTS song “Dynamite” was a chart-topping success in the US, released in August 2020. The band’s first hit in America. BTS was thus the first K-pop group in the US charts to hit the top spot.

In Google Search and Autocomplete, try taping “Why are K-Pop Groups…” offers several suggestions: “…so big,” “so big” and “so common.” Over the last decade, rapid global growth has riddled non-fans (and even experts), and the scale of K-pop groups can still seem to be a mystery. But, if you are a fan it should be easy to answer the quiz questions.

Rock bands traditionally have as many members as instruments: a principal singer, two guitarists, and a drummer. The most famous boy groups in Western Europe, including The Supremes, the Destiny’s Child, TLC, and The Spice Girls, and the Little Mix have ranged in size from three-and-five, like Jackson Five, New Kids in a Block, Boyz II Boys, Backstreet Boys, N*-Sync, The Jonas Brothers. Yet the average number (like girls’ group TWICE, the image above) of the top 10 K-pop groups sold in the last decade are 9.

For more trivia quizzes check this: House of Cards characters quiz.

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