K-POP is the term that represents popular music produced by Korean artists in South Korea. The genres of K-POP have been diversified from EDM, Hip-Hop, Folk, Country, and Classical, to R&B, Jazz, Reggae, Gospel, and even Experimental. The popularity of K-POP is now worldwide. Although its global popularity began from Asian countries, it has covered many European countries, such as France, Italy, and UK, and also reached the United States. The program host is David Kim, a Korean-American Professor at the UL-Lafayette, and he will guide you to the new world of K-POP. Volume up your radio for K-POP Fever, at midnight on every Monday!