While K-pop continues to gain greater recognition worldwide, South Korea’s prolific, small underground-music scene is still struggling to find audiences outside of Seoul.

Folk-rock group Chang Kiha and the Faces have, until now, brushed off the so-called Korea boom and focused primarily on their domestic market.

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