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[UPDATED] The End of Kpop is near. China BANS korean Entertainment!!

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[bREAKING] The END of Kpop is happening as we speak. China is currently boycotting Kpop and Korean celebrities from advancing into the Chinese market.

 

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Many Chinese netizens have stressed on SNS complaining they are tired of seeing K Celebrities like Song Joong Ki everywhere and Korean idols like KiBum and Yoona's ruining Historical Chinese dramas with their poor acting. Only ethnic Chinese idols such as like Lay, Jackson, Victoria, Win Win, Cheng Xiao, MeiQi, Xuanyi, are still allowed to enter China to participate in Chinese activities. There may be extremely rare exceptions for Korean groups to promote in China like T-ara who is backed up by Wang Sicong.

 

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Some of the restrictions reportedly outlined in the prohibition are:

  • A ban on Korean organizations filming in Korea
  • A ban on investing in new Korean agencies
  • A ban on Korean idol concerts with over 10,000 audience members
  • A ban on Korean-Chinese collaborative projects
  • A ban on broadcasting dramas with Korean actors

https://www.soompi.com/2016/11/20/china-ban-korean-entertainment-retaliation-missile-defense-system/

 

List of Korean - Chinese Collaboration Projects to be affected by the boycott

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More News

“A Chinese entertainment corporation has been reportedly fined 17 million won (US$14,460) for pushing ahead with a Korean idol group concert that had not been approved by the Chinese government, and it was ordered to refund ticket buyers double the original ticket price. The entertainment company invited the Korean group and began selling tickets a month before the concert but the Chinese government refused to confirm the show.â€

http://www.digitalmusicnews.com/2016/11/29/china-bans-korean-hallyu-kpop/

 

 

SBS’s ‘The Show’ reportedly suspended in China due to political issues

http://www.asianjunkie.com/2016/11/29/sbss-the-show-reportedly-suspended-in-china-due-to-political-issues/

 

'China banned imports of 19 Korean cosmetics products amid rising tensions over Korea’s decision to allow the deployment of a U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) battery here.'

http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/pad/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=221794

 

SM Entertainment's show MYSMT was forced to stop broadcasting in China

 

 

'3 Performances by Sumi Jo, Korean Soprano, Canceled in China'

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/23/world/asia/sumi-jo-soprano-maria-callas.html?_r=0

 

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'Lotte Faces Boycott in China due to THAAD Conflict'

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/asiatoday/lotte-faces-boycott-in-ch_b_14382948.html

 

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EXO, one of the most popular K-Pop boy bands in China.

 

'China will completely ban all South Korean K-Pop artists and other entertainers from performing in China as one of its retaliatory measures for Seoul's decision to deploy the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD) system on its soil starting in May.'

 

 
'China's ban shifting hallyu to Southeast Asia'
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'With China losing its attractiveness for Korean producers and other entertainment industry officials, Southeast Asia is emerging as a future destination especially for K-drama and K-pop.'

http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/art/2017/02/688_223171.html

 

[iNFO] the NCT Chinese debut has been postponed due to the Kpop ban in China http://m.kukinews.com/m/m_article.html?no=430796#_adinctep â€¦

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China blocks access to streaming services of S. Korean pop culture amid THAAD row

   

BEIJING, Feb. 26 (Yonhap) -- China has blocked access to newly updated clips of South Korean music and dramas on the country's online video sharing platforms, sources said Sunday, in an apparent bid to retaliate against Seoul's move to deploy an advanced U.S. missile defense system.

   

    A website uploading South Korean dramas said on its social media account on Weibo that it will stop updating video clips of South Korean entertainment programs for the time being.

 

   "Everybody should be aware of the reason for this," it said, hinting at China's toughened restriction on Korean pop culture, widely known as "hallyu."

 

   "China has made regional satellite TV broadcasters suspend the airing of South Korean TV programs and give no permission for Korean stars to appear on Chinese TV shows," an industry official said. "Blocking access to streaming services is feared to deal a blow to (the Korean industry)."
 

source : http://english.yonha...6002700315.html

 

 

Kami warned everyone here but no one listened

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In another article, the chinese are sick of seeing Song Joong Ki everywhere and idols like KiBum and Yoona's poor acting ruining their C dramas. They will only support patriotic national Chinese idols like Lay and Victoria.

 

 

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I guess Yoona and Kibum will take their poor acting skills to Southeast Asia then.

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lol did you make this up , what a pathetic attemp

 

 

are you this pressed about yoona's success in china ? lol

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the chinese are sick of seeing Song Joong Ki everywhere

how can you be sick of seeing song joong ki mess  :rlytearpls:

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i don't know if there is any truth in this, but i remember that japan restricted korean idols because of political reasons as well, until kpop wasn't really relevant to the public anymore

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Welp good thing 15& and Mamamoo never ventured to that market good luck to y'alls

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The hallyu wave's been slowly dying in China for a while. If what your saying is true, then this will result in a loss of sales. I will never understand why people bring politics into pop music.

why is it dying?? when did it start??? 

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The hallyu wave's been slowly dying in China for a while. If what your saying is true, then this will result in a loss of sales. I will never understand why people bring politics into pop music.

Eh, even though they ideally should remain distinct, entertainment industry both in Korea and China are government funded, there is no way they cannot spill on each other from time to time. 

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