• http://twitter.com/PlumAusten Plum Austen

    Very informative article. Thank you, Sophie. I like the “verdict” part best of all. When I first read this post, I immediately considered making a spreadsheet. Am I nerdy or what? :-)

  • http://twitter.com/PlumAusten Plum Austen

    Very informative article. Thank you, Sophie. I like the “verdict” part best of all. When I first read this post, I immediately considered making a spreadsheet. Am I nerdy or what? :-)

  • http://twitter.com/like_thewater Ciara

    Great article. I really enjoy listening to music on 8tracks. It always helps me find out about artists that I didn’t know and also I love to post mixes myself. One of my favorite Korean mixes on there would have to be this one: http://8tracks.com/jennyukari/seoul-2-0

  • http://twitter.com/M_Wys Michaela Wylie

    Wow, interesting! :D

    Thanks for this; very helpful! I’m grateful someone did all this work for us, lol. xP

  • Streby

    I ove 8tracks; Its my favourite playlist website, I always find killer music on it, never listened to kpop on it though…

  • Streby

    I ove 8tracks; Its my favourite playlist website, I always find killer music on it, never listened to kpop on it though…

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PXJOWIYC26MDT52XS4YICM3X4E chua

    i found seoul.fm recently – thinks it’s from Philippine? it’s FOC.

  • AcadiasFire

    Because of Pandora and Last f.m, when I first got into kpop last June I was able to find new artists. 2ne1, Jay Park, F.cuz, and Teen Top to name a few. I thought that was pretty cool. I remember all I listened to at first was S.M Ent. artists. I’m grateful lol

  • T Hudson

    I recommend seoul.fm you can’t listen to it on the phone, but if your in your room and on your laptop and wanna hear some kpop then its great ! They have a pretty good variety of songs, plus you can request songs too (even though it may take forever for your requested song to play) 
    I would also recommend spotify. They actually have a pretty good selection of kpop now. This can be used on mobile devices as well, but you will have to pay for it if you want to use it on your phone

  • boblicy

    Iheartradio also has a pretty large selection of Kpop songs, from both girl and guy groups.

    For my phone I use the tunein app, which connects to internet radios all over the world, so I can connect and play kpop on my car radio.

  • http://twitter.com/lillian23910 Sharon

    Before I used to listen to hellokpop’s radio which was free and they had a good, diverse selection of music. I found a lot of great artists because of that radio. I also found DJ MASA.

    But now they don’t have it anymore, so thanks for these suggestions. Their really helpful.

  • Mordney Present

    If in Australia you can get the PopAsia app for free at the App Store (iOS) or stream it on the SBS website