Korean pop's popularity continues to grow worldwide

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South Korea's pop music genre, called K-pop, is a hit with fans around the world. The industry is worth $2bn (£1.2bn) a year to the nation's economy.

The music, along with Korean films and television dramas, is part of the so-called "Korean wave" of pop culture invading Asia.

The BBC's Lucy Williamson visits a music store in downtown Seoul to find the newest releases.

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