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    groups were H.O.T., Shinhwa, G.O.D., and S.E.S. The target audience for the first generation K-pop groups were teens. Their images, clothing styles, music, and personalities all catered and appealed to the teens. For example, groups like H.O.T and Sechs Kies embraced rebellious identities and criticized the South Korean education system. At the same time, they released dance music along to clarify that “their identities were closer to attractive teen-oriented products than to messengers of social criticism

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    The Core: A Scientific Opera A very critical scientific disaster film, The Core (2003) is a masterpiece in style, delivery, and concept. This tells the heart-wracking story of a potentially cataclysmic event that affects the entire world and a group of scientists’ race against time to avert it. If done so correctly, they will save the world. If they fail or make a mistake, the entire world could eventually go extinct. The Core is able to revel in the possibilities of different scenarios involving

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    K-pop is a musical genre originating in South Korea that is characterized by a wide variety of audiovisual elements. Although it comprises all genres of “popular music” within South Korea, the term is more often used in a narrower sense to describe a modern form of South Korean pop music covering a wide range of styles including dance-pop, pop ballad, electronic, rock, metal, hip-pop music and R&B. K-pop gaining popularity in East Asia in the late 1990s, and spreading to whole Asia and World, via

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    After reading "Literacy, Discourse, and Linguistics: Introduction," where author James Paul Gee describes Discourse not as connected stretches of language that make sense, but as a way to use language to play roles while holding certain values, beliefs, and attitudes. (6) I found myself wondering whether I was a part of any Discourses. Were there any times I had put on an identity kit? Indeed, there had been many instances an identity kit was necessary, the most prevalent time being the moment I

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