Post-rock in Korea has undergone quite a transformation in the last year or so. After the success of local acts Apollo 18 and Frenzy in circles outside the Korean underground, eyes are set on Hongdae and beyond to see what other gems lurk in the shadows. For someone who doesn’t speak Korean, discovering and unearthing these bearers of new music is hard work.
So we’ve done the work for you. This month, Groove Korea reveals some of the most relevant and recent developments in Korea’s post-rock scene.
No Respect for Beauty