The popularity and demand of Bollywood stars reached the Korean country after K-pop stars expressed their desire to work with them.
Recently, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Korean Cultural Center in India, South Korean Pop-girl, boy groups Bug-Aboo’ and ‘Kingdom’ participated in the two-day Korean cultural festival ‘Rang De Korea’. ” and said they would love to work with Indian Bollywood artists.
During a press conference held on the special day, Korean artistes expressed their affection for the people of India and how they are enthralled by the purity of the countrymen. Artists from both groups shared their love for the country and said, “We may not understand the language of the people here, but they deeply felt the love, innocence and purity of Indians.
Korean artists show affection for Indian actors
Artists from the group ‘Kingdom’ shared how they would like to create fusion music in the Taj Mahal. Based on the support they are seeking from the Indian government, the group mentioned that they would like to do a song on the Taj Mahal, which would give a fusion touch to Indian music. If they get a proposal, they would like to work with Indian artists.
According to reports, one of the boys in the group said that he was overwhelmed by the love and hospitality he received from Indians and wanted to share the stage with the local artistes. Not only did the Korean artist express his love for the Indian people, he even shared his favorite Bollywood stars. “Aamir Khan 3 idiots and others like My name is Khan they are quite famous in Korea.” Another artist said he would like to see the Taj Mahal on his next visit to India.
The culture, heritage and mystical landscape beauty that this country hides has attracted the attention of Korean stars who were even captivated by knowing about the Ganges and how they want to explore the river and the places on its banks.
The Korean Cultural Center of India (KCCI) organized a two-day cultural festival program ‘Rang De Korea’ to mark its 10th anniversary on Saturday and Sunday at DLF Avenue in Saket. A large number of Korean artists performed in this. Artists associated with Korean songs and music from Korea and India wowed the audience with their astonishing skills. Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to India Chang Jae-Bol and other dignitaries were present at the event.