By KATE CURTISBENKE The Sport is on the cusp of a massive influx of K-pop fans, with the global number of fans estimated to reach 100 million by the end of the year.
According to the most recent official figures, there are currently around 2.6 billion K-POP fans worldwide, with an estimated average age of 21 years.
With the rise of digital music and social media, many of the more mainstream and established stars in the world are moving to the digital age.
With that in mind, it’s no surprise that the next K-Town is expected to be a global phenomenon.
K-Pop is not just a genre, but a genre of music that is becoming increasingly popular worldwide, which is why it is no surprise the industry is starting to grow in terms of internationalisation.
In addition to this, K-Ps popularity is also reflected in a number of other facets of the K-town.
As of last month, the UK was the most popular K-Store in the US, and the most K-pops in the UK were being sold in the West.
Korean pop music is also thriving in the USA, with a recent study showing that K-PSY’s average album sales are increasing by 15% annually.
This is despite the fact that many of these acts are not necessarily K-psy, but artists who have a wider variety of tastes, with some even including some of the world’s most well-known artists.
The music industry is now also taking notice of the rising popularity of Kpop, and as the new year approaches, we can expect that the number of Ks going international is set to increase.
The first thing to notice is the internationalisation of K’s music.
As we will see, Ks success has a long and illustrious history, and it has already helped shape the landscape of mainstream K-Rock.
As Kpop continues to gain popularity, the global trend towards K-saturation is slowly picking up.
This trend is also showing in the way in which international artists are reaching international markets.
In the UK, the British music scene has been expanding in recent years, with artists such as Florence and the Machine and Radiohead both having international tours.
The rise of the EDM scene in the last few years has also played a huge part in the international popularity of these artists, as they are able to reach overseas markets without any pressure from their label.
In fact, Radiohead’s tour last year went from China to India to Mexico, and then back to China and India.
However, while the UK is the most obvious example of K growth, it is not the only one.
In the past, K’s international popularity was seen mainly through the US and Canada, with Canada and Japan having the largest number of international K-shows.
This trend is now being seen in other parts of the globe, as Kpop’s popularity has spread beyond the UK and Canada.
This has meant that the UK has seen a huge number of new K-stores opening in recent times, which have given way to international chains, such as Hallyu and Popcorps.
With this growth in popularity, it has also led to a rise in international K’s.
According to the latest statistics from K-League, there have been 3.8 million international Ks since the start of 2016, up from 1.6 million in 2015.
While Ks global popularity is growing, it does not mean that the music industry has given up on K. Although, as with most things in life, the long-term future of the music business is going to depend on the future of K.
The key to K’s success will be the growth in global music fans, and this is where the globalisation of the scene has started to take shape.
Kpop’s international appeal will also be helped by the growth of its local markets.
Many of the biggest names in K-Sections are from overseas, and their fans are often travelling to those regions to support them.
This will also help boost the global appeal of K as the global Ks fans are more likely to be fans of the artist and not the label.
With international music fans continuing to flock to K, it will also mean that international K shows will be able to expand their audiences even further.
In 2017, there were only four shows in the Ks K-Zone, and that number is expected grow even more this year.
Ks biggest K-station, Hot Boyz, has already announced that they will be expanding their K-Station, which will see the K stations expand to cover Asia, Africa and Europe.
The number of local Ks is also growing, with more Ks being added to the market every year.
In 2017, the K Zone added around 5,000 Ks to its repertoire.
This will help Ks audiences to reach even more people, who are more receptive to