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


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.

To attend the session in person, click the button above to register after purchasing a Festival Pass. Limited seats are available and etails will be sent to the email used for registration. Registration opens on 4 October at 12pm.


Zamiya Akbar is a Best of the Net-nominated poet, journalist, essayist, editor, visual artist, public speaker, and mental health advocate residing between Singapore and Lahore, Pakistan. At 15, she founded Velvet Voices, a youth-run organization dedicated to the literary and performing arts. Her writing has appeared in The Mantle, Open Minds QuarterlyWhat Are Birds? and others.