This paper talks about Korean music, specifically Korean popular music and its globalization. The paper’s primary aim is to provide information on how K-Pop music has gained so much popularity now and the specific factors that have contributed to its global success. To understand the above mentioned, it is essential to analyze K-Pop and concerning aspects and different K-Pop artists. K-Pop music can also be seen as a musical genre, which comprises several styles such as “pop, hip-hop, rap, rock, R&B, and electronic music” (Leung, 2012, p.3). &nbsp.However, it is not necessarily restricted to Korean music alone, but also encompasses a kind of “transnational hybrid music” that holds reference to other “global popular music” in different ways (Lee, 2007, p.2).K-pop is not a new phenomenon, as it has been in the music market for over a decade now and already been acclaimed to be “one of the ‘coolest’ popular musical forms” in several East Asian countries, including China, Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore .etc. (Lee, p.2). However, since the past few years, witness deseeds to its inter-continental success in America, Europe and other western countries. The globalization of K-pop to the side of the west is primarily grounded in the globalization of Korean culture, mall as communication techno, endowment of capitalism (Lee).&nbsp.