Remote Indian state hooked on Korean pop culture

Remote Indian state hooked on Korean pop culture – AFP, May 9, 2011
When separatist rebels in the remote Indian state of Manipur banned Hindi movies a decade ago, they had little idea it would trigger a cultural invasion from a country more than 2,000 miles away.
But when Bollywood was forced out, the Koreans moved in…

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