[THE SUNDIAL] K-Pop club brings Korean culture to CSUN

November 3, 2014


(Korea Times file)

(Korea Times file)

[THE SUNDIAL] One of the newest clubs on campus started off with a bang. The Korean Pop Club (K-Pop) is an organization that started last semester with the hope to bring students together where they are able to socialize and learn more about the Korean culture.

After getting an email from CSUN encouraging students to start a club, fourth year senior, creative writing major and co-president Katrina Mercado couldn’t turn the opportunity down.

Mercado enlisted with the help from Environmental Health major and president of the club Renelle Baluyot. Both had an interest in the Korean culture and wanted to share it with the CSUN community.

K-Pop focuses on Korean culture and music through the “Korean Wave”. It brings awareness to Korean music, TV dramas, language, technology, films and cuisine.

“K-Pop Club is all about making friends who are interested in Korean pop music and Korean culture,” Baluyot said. “We don’t have many friends who listen to K-Pop and wanted to find more people.” [READ MORE]



One Comment

  1. Misun

    October 22, 2017 at 6:53 PM

    Excited to attend