K-pop idols are helping VR gain popularity in South Korea. By building K-pop VR korean content producers are spreading their immersive gospel to the masses. From the fashion stores of Hongdae K-pop is blasting on full volume. Up above the idols can be seen dancing on jumbo screens. Below the skyscrapers of Seouls tech district Digital Media City an impressive list of Korean idols got up on stage and strutted their stuff.
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Taeyoun Hwang is a choreographer, columnist, dancer, blogger and vloger from Seoul, South Korea. He owns a dance studio of himself which is called NegativeMotion, located in Seoul as well. DynamiteKorean is one of his projects to share his experience, knowledge and feeling to people all over the world. If you want to learn more about what he wants to share, check out his personal website. Initially, Taeyoun was inspired after watching an Arabian rap video. He wanted to make his own dance videos, since he has been working with dance a lot.
Happy New year! We bring you the essential VR Music Videos of Like our page so you don't miss the best VR Music in ! One of the first KPOP videos Want more BTS?? Boys Republic are back with a new Let's Dance video. This time the young oppas show off the incredible moves from their "Get Down" video! Ever wanted to meet a KPOP star?