I think your idea is good. But maybe you should try a store like FYE or Best Buy.
Places that already have large libraries of international music for sale and would be open to selling K-pop music. I know Best Buy has a little bit of K-pop CDs but I have yet to see any in FYE.
As far as "Kpop should stay in Korea".....not if I am actively buying your titles, it shouldn't. :l
I appreciate that iTunes has it available for purchase from some artists, but I like having my CDs as well. That's like saying American music should stay in American even with the millions of international fans some artists have.
It appears that Korean pop-rock band FT Island might be making a lot of North American Primadonna’s dreams come true. On labor day weekend, September 3-4, the band has been scheduled to play at a benefit concert in Toronto, Canada!
That’s right, folks, you read that correctly. Our boys are on the lineup for Concert for Japan, a benefit festival where all net proceeds will be donated to help aid the reconstructing of Japan after the devastating disasters struck this past March.
I kind of do, but at the same time i dont.. I mean... I am american and I feel special because Im really the only one in my group of friends who listens to it(one other does).. I feel as if KPOP was more known in the states I would lose that, ya know?
Im not very good with words ^^; but all I know is that every now and then I could use some kpop love down here in lonely Florida..