Kpop Summer

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When visions of boy bands come into his mind, Mac thinks of flashy clothes, "oh baby" songs, and throngs of screaming teens. Ugh. He is accidentally thrown into the world of K-pop after unknowingly auditioning for a replacement slot in one of South Korea's hottest boy bands. Far from his dream job, as long as it pays his tuition he can put up with anything for the summer, or so he thinks. More

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Words: 107,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310047985

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Review by: PJ Murray on July 12, 2014 :
This was a quick flowing, delightfully original book that would be great for both adults and teens. The plot follows a young American college student who secretly becomes a rock star in Korea. At school in the U.S., he's a normal guy who friends don't have a clue about his Korean stardom. In his pop-star Korea world, there's tons of drama as he encounters cultural clashes, jealous rivals, screaming fans, and exciting adventures. Good reading!
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