With BTS gaining worldwide attention, there's noticeably some debate as to whether they will be the group to finally break the "glass ceiling" when it comes to K-pop in America (as many thought Girls' Generation or Wonder Girls would), and become more than a universal joke (PSY with "Gangnam Style").
Christina Qiu, a student at Harvard College, has written an article that addresses the capitalist nature of K-pop as a whole and how it has represented the fusion of "East vs. West," and attracted the "misfits" of American culture:
Given what she has written, what do you think about K-pop as (arguably) the most important aspect of Korean pop culture? Do you think BTS can be the "next big thing?" Why or why not?