How You Like That: Unpacking K-Pop

Conversations  |  Youth Fringe  |  English  |  1 hr

6 Nov Sat, 12.30pm - 1.30pm
Festival Pass  - $16 (Early Bird) | $20 (Regular)
location The Arts House - Chamber
        SISTIC Live
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K-Pop – once described as ‘pop music on crack’ – is an inescapable global phenomenon that combines slick choreography, high-quality production and engrossing universes to create an army of die-hard fans. In this conversation, dive into music videos, teasers, comics, and secret notes of K-Pop superstars like BTS, EXO, and Loona to explore the intricate worldbuilding that goes into creating the K-Pop lore that has enchanted billions.

This programme is co-presented with Sing Lit Station and includes a live Q&A towards the end of the session.

Please note that in-person seats for this programme have been fully booked.

Please refer to this link for more information on the venue's Safe Management Measures.


Zamiya Akbar is a Best of the Net-nominated poet, journalist, essayist, photographer, and performer from Singapore. Her work has been published in The Mantle, Open Minds Quarterly, and others. She is the founder and host of Velvet Voices, an organization dedicated to nurturing the literary and performing arts. She is also a journalist for Rice Media. She can be found at