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ما هو الكيبوب K-POP .. كيفية الغناء ؟!



أشرطة فيديو تبين كيفية ونوعية التدريبات التي يقوم بها نجوم الكي بوب K-POP وحياتهم الخاصة:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SAMIMN9CBM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErBUL8gO2bM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMKpvPKxnds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQerlxJBn-A



NUMBER 1 – LOOKS 
It’s time to face reality. Though there’s a saying that goes, don’t judge a book by it’s cover, society does in general judge people by their looks. People unknowingly form paradigm in their minds just by looking at someone, even before speaking to a person. Another example, I may think Yoona’s a really nice person just by looking at her face, even before I bother to find out what her true personality is. (not everyone is like this, of course)

With good looks, idols can come across as more friendly  in front of their fans. This paints a good image for an idol group, which is important as idol groups are constantly under the spotlight. 

Good looking idols can snap endorsement deals and commercial films more easily. Endorsement deals are a big source of income for an entertainment company. CF deals can range from $9,000 to over $200,000 USD. If companies force their idols to undergo plastic surgery to improve their appearance, then idols are compelled to do so. After all, it’s for the money.

An idol basically has to abide by what society considers to be beautiful. If society thinks being slim or having abs is beautiful, idols have to work hard to reach those standards.

Good looking idols are able to boost their group’s popularity. Well, if looks are that important, and an entertainment company is out there to make money, then why not recruit good looking people into an idol group? 

Number 2 – Dance
 Idol groups have to create a spectacular and eye-catching dance performance. Powerful, controlled dance moves are the best ways to promote a team. Dance is important because it contributes to the visual aspect of the performance. The public is going to be attracted by a group’s dance moves and stage presence. 

Idols have to dance in sync with their teammates. This makes the performance visually appealing, allowing idols to stand out in a saturated industry. A point move for every song (that the audience can follow and dance along to) makes the choreography popular. 

Catchy dance moves, more people dancing along to it, song gets popular, idol group is introduced to more people.

Number 3 – Variety Know-How 

All idol groups need to promote their albums. Idols have to do interviews on camera to capture to introduce their album. Variety shows are a must, such as Beatles Code or Running Man, which can allow a group to reach out to a greater audience. 
The way idols behave and speak are going to determine how successful their album promotions are. Idols must be polite and have proper etiquette to paint a good image for their team. They need a sense of humour, know when to speak and what to say, so as to make people like them within the short time they have to tv (interviews or variety shows alike).  When people like them, people are going to buy their albums. 

Other than variety shows relating to album promotions, idols must do well and excel in regular variety programmes. An idol’s personality can win over the hearts of the audience. If an idol has a likable personality, more people are going to support the idol. The size of an idol’s fanbase increases. With more support from the general public, an idol would have more opportunities to film dramas and star in commercials. 


Number 4 – Background 

Background means age and nationality. These are more sensitive issues, so here are the current trends and it’s up to you to judge for yourself. 

Kpop idols are young, ranging from ages 16-30. Most kpop idols are Asians. There are a few Americans such as Jessica and Tiffany from SNSD, Amber from f(x). 

The main concern for entertainment companies would be: If an idol group member is non-Asian or from another country apart from Korea, would the general public be able to accept them as a kpop idol? Would the member be able to fit in into the group well?  

But then again, things do change over time and we may be observing different trends over the next few years. 


Number 5- Vocal Talent 

If you have Number 1-4, you’re ready to go into the kpop industry. Number 5, is the least needed and important talent for an idol group member. Here’s why. 

Idol groups are meant to be out there, singing catchy songs. Skillful composers can come up with catchy tunes that only require mediocre vocal talent to sing to. An idol doesn’t have to be great in singing. An idol only needs enough singing ability to pull off a few lines from a catchy song. 


Sum it Up 

The journey to be a kpop idol is not easy. Even with this recipe, hopefuls do need a little luck to be successful and excel in the kpop industry.
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