Which K-pop group is popular in Vietnam?
The statistic shows the results of a survey conducted in May 2019 about the most popular K-pop artists among Vietnamese respondents. During the period examined, 15 percent of the respondents stated BTS to be their favorite K-pop artists.
Did BTS perform in Vietnam?
Exciting news for ARMYs and MooMoos in Vietnam! In the video, the boys of BTS send their greetings to fans in Vietnam, as well as showing their excitement towards the coming event. …
Does Vietnam like K-pop?
A survey has found that 51 percent of Vietnamese people like Korean pop music, and 68 percent favor South Korean dramas. Up to 31 percent of respondents said they like Korean pop music, and 20 percent said they like it “very much”, according to a survey results released recently by HCMC-based market research firm Q&Me.
Why is K-pop so popular in Vietnam?
So, why do Vietnamese like Korean dramas? Many Vietnamese are attracted to Korean dramas because they have a strict hierarchical order, an attractive culinary culture and beautiful Korean stars. In a survey of 1114 students in Ho Chi Minh City, 59 per cent liked Korean dramas, and nearly 50 per cent liked K-pop.
What was the name of the singer who collaborated on a remix version of danger?
On October 21, BTS released 19 concept photos of the follow-up song “War of Hormone” through their official Facebook page and Twitter account. The teaser for the remix of “Danger” was then released on November 13, as a result of collaboration with a Vietnamese singer, Thanh Bùi.
Can a Vietnamese person be a KPOP Idol?
A Vietnamese, Korean, Indian, Taiwanese, Chinese or even Japanese… can be a Successful KPOP Idol. Heck, even an African, American, Saudi Arabian can be a KPOP idol. As long as you have the looks and the talent.
Who is famous in Vietnam?
Ho Chi Minh continued the struggle, supporting the National Front for the Liberation of Vietnam, also known as the Viet Công during the Vietnam War. He died in the middle of the conflict, which ended with the capture of Saigon, later renamed Ho Chi Minh City, a legacy to one of the most famous people from Vietnam.