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An idol in fandom culture in South Korea refers to a celebrity working in the field of K-pop either as a member of a group or as a solo act. Some members of popular K-pop idol groups have been hit particularly hard by school violence accusations popping up in various online communities and social media. With long blue ponytails that dance around her ankles when she sings Hatsune Miku is considered a Japanese pop culture sensation who sings Bad.
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4 5 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. One major difference between the idol cultures in KPOP and JPOP is how they train their idols. In KPOP idols debut after receiving intense training for dance singing and often other additional skills like other languages and acting as trainees from their agency. Modern K-pop idol culture began with the boy band HOT.