Korea people prefer to stream music
Almost half of South Korea’s society enjoy music content through a stream rather than download it, according to a survey.
According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), 41 percent of the citizens of South Korea subscription music streaming service, far above the percentage of other countries such as Sweden (40 percent), Mexico (39 percent) and Brazil (26 percent).
“South Korea is offering mobile internet environment. Mobile operator also triggers the growth of streaming service in addition to a strong marketing strategy, “said one industry observer.
“Many citizens of South Korea tend to choose music based on ranking chart. Therefore, the request to enjoy the latest music through streaming higher than weekly, “added he.
South Korea music streaming industry currently dominated by Melon, business extension of Cocoa Corp., which accounted for 50 percent of the market.
Meanwhile, KT Corp. Genie and Bugs NHN Entertainment each accounted for 20 percent and 15 percent.
Even so, the IFPI, the industry is facing challenges due to “stream ripping,” which could refer to recorded music through streaming for illegal distribution. So as reported by the Yonhap News Agency.
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