Archive: digital media
Rhythm, Narrative, and Soft Power: An Analysis of South Korea’s K-Pop Diplomacy in the Digital Age by Mac Milin Kiran
In the intricate dance of international relations, where every nation vies for influence on the global stage, South Korea orchestrates a symphony of soft power unlike any other. Central to this approach is K-Pop, South Korea’s rhythmic diplomat, whose beats and narratives have found a global audience in the digital era, crossing cultures and borders with ease.
Being that this is my last-ever semester of graduate school (!), I’m making a point this term to indulge myself academically. (Carpe diem, and so forth.) So, being the film lover that I am, I decided