Maybe that (and accessibility issues) could be the reason why J-pop isn’t popular on the same level as K-pop in terms of popularity. If J-pop wants to replicate the same type of popularity like K-pop is getting, then they need to stop blocking their MVs, make their music available on Itunes and Spotify (both K-pop got a big advantage over J-pop on this). J-pop and J-music fans will have to unite and be more vocal-like K-pop fans if they want J-pop to be popular in the US like K-pop is getting. Kpop is still a niche music genre like jazz or pop although it has gained popularity among younger people thanks to its popularity. Even it’s considered niche, there are some “mainstream” groups that are known by most of its listeners such as SNSD. But why they are “mainstream”? because those bands use the common pop music formula, a piece of catchy music, and good choreography. A lot of people like it.
The bike stopped due to force applied by the break but her body didn’t stop due to the tendency of the body to remain in motion when it is in motion. This tendency is known as inertia. Now switch it off. Before coming to rest it will still rotate for some time without electricity because here the body resists change in its state of rotatory motion. This tendency is known as the moment of inertia. One of my favorite songs right now, and has been for some time, is Things Behind the Sun by Nick Drake. Nick Drake is an English guitar and singer-songwriter who had relatively no public appearances or knowledge about him before he died early on in his life. The lyrics of the song are not only perfectly written and beautiful but are truly thought-provoking.