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Last edited at 5:48PM on 5/23/2013
Isn't the answer obvious...? American music is always in English but it might be mixed with Spanish. K-Pop is Korean music and it's mixed with all kinds of languages like English, Spanish, French, Japanese, etc. K-Pop also has more feeling and meaning in the music, when American music is just a string of rhymes for the most part. American music artists don't go through much training to become professionals, and they don't have to be a part of a big company. Though in K-pop, the aspiring idols HAVE to be a part of a big company or they have to be in a talented group in order to be successful, they also have to train for years to become a K-pop star. Another difference is that the anti fans of a K-pop singer or group are a lot harsher than an American singers anti fans. In K-pop you can have girl groups and boy groups, though in American music boy and girl groups don't exist or they aren't successful. Oh! And I'm just going to tell you this just in case you didn't know, K-Pop doesn't stand for Korean Pop music, it stands for Korean Popular (as in popular music). I hope I helped~!
Kpop music is more influenced with dance, song, and wardrobe. Not saying that american music isn't, but kpop music is more known for contagious dances. American music also has inappropriate meaning and lyrics to it. They bluntly talk about drugs, alcohol, etc. Kpop mentions it, but is more about love and heart ships. Usually cute or powerful, talking about falling in love or breaking up. I like kpop music much better than american music, but that is only me. Haha ^^