95 episodes

The Kpopcast is a kpop podcast designed to be the weekly companion guide for listeners looking to think more critically about the genre. From playful banter to detailed deconstructions of latest songs and trends, each program gives a "daebak or not" assessment of a new song in kpop - along with some recommended "hit replays." Pulling in a diverse set of voices from the broader kpop community, this podcast aims to be your supplemental source for kpop.

Kpopcast A Kpop Podcast

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    • 4.3, 67 Ratings

The Kpopcast is a kpop podcast designed to be the weekly companion guide for listeners looking to think more critically about the genre. From playful banter to detailed deconstructions of latest songs and trends, each program gives a "daebak or not" assessment of a new song in kpop - along with some recommended "hit replays." Pulling in a diverse set of voices from the broader kpop community, this podcast aims to be your supplemental source for kpop.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
67 Ratings
67 Ratings
dwtang ,

Love this podcast format!

As a newer Kpop fan, I really enjoy this format of analyzing Songs. It’s fun to listen to the hosts’ opinions, hear clips of the songs, and also get updates about hot topics in Kpop. I’ve listened to a few episodes so far, and it’s both allowed me to appreciate some of my favorites more and also exposed me to new music as well!

Emivic ,

Hilarious, honest commentary

The review of TWICE’s “heart shaker” had me shook with laughter. Just listening to how done Steph and PLo(I hope I’m spelling right)were so done with this song and concept was hilarious, and I completely co-sign. Most things with twice are too much for me anyway!

Nekotonberry ,

Really smart, unpretentious analysis

This show strikes a wonderful balance between structure and spontaneity. It has enough structure to always keep the discussion and analysis interesting while maintaining the casual air of some old friends kicking back and discussing their favorite tunes over a few brews. The hosts come from a diverse background of DJs, dancers, and social commentators and they bring a lot to the table while breaking down a piece's music, choreo, and where it sits amongst its contemporaries. They're clearly really smart and know their stuff and of course, they're quite likeable! Overall, the show's a really entertaining and informative listen.

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