The members of the art/music project EXP. None is from Korea. Photo: Wei Hsinyen. Courtesy of IMMABBThe members of the art/music project EXP. None is from Korea. Photo: Wei Hsinyen. Courtesy of IMMABB
The members of the art/music project EXP. None is from Korea. Photo: Wei Hsinyen. Courtesy of IMMABB

What does a K-pop band with no Koreans say about cultural appropriation?

A South Korean university student in New York hopes to examine cultural appropriation via a K-pop band made up of foreigners

The members of the art/music project EXP. None is from Korea. Photo: Wei Hsinyen. Courtesy of IMMABBThe members of the art/music project EXP. None is from Korea. Photo: Wei Hsinyen. Courtesy of IMMABB
The members of the art/music project EXP. None is from Korea. Photo: Wei Hsinyen. Courtesy of IMMABB
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