Tiffany captivated the world with K-pop supergroup Girls' Generation, and now it's time for her to take the throne back home in the USA with her new solo single.
Following a tumultuous 2014 full of drama and tragedy, the K-pop machine recalibrated and turned its focus back to the music.
With questions looming about f(x)'s place in Korean pop and their legacy, critics Madeleine Lee and Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy sit down to discuss the group and their excellent new album.
This article could have been titled "I’ll Never Be As Cute As Girls’ Generation But Here’s How I’m Going To Try."
Only one out of 10,000 K-Pop hopefuls make it to super-stardom, which makes the nine ladies out of Girls' Generation a freakin' miracle.
Check out some highlights from the first ever award show.
Having been born and raised in Korea, I always had a strong desire to reject homogeny. Everybody already looked and dressed like me, so I felt my only way out was by breaking that cultural uniformity—this, for me, meant avoiding K-Pop as much as...