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Can K-Pop Become Big in America?

Music experts and K-pop stars predict whether 2013 will be the year you start singing in Korean
January 21, 2013

We already declared that 2012 was the year that K-pop crossed over. Didn't believe us? Well now we've called in the genre's biggest acts to tell you about it themselves. 

So settle in with the likes of Psy, 2NE1 and Big Bang (not to mention Billboard Editor Joe Levy and beloved vloggers Eat Your Kimchi) for Fuse's in-depth look of how K-pop hit America in 2012—and what the genre might do in 2013. 

Then check out our list of 2013's most anticipated albums. You'll notice the list includes releases from Korean superstars Psy and Girls Generation. After watching this video, you'll understand why.

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