Discuss the Contribution of Transnationality and Hybridity to the Korean Wave

“The Korean Wave may not be as ‘Korean’ or as ‘authentically Korean’ as people might imagine” (Jung 2009, as cited in Jin 2016, p.64). Inciting Jung, Jin argues that the popularity of Korean culture is partly due to the fact that it is transnational and hybrid, combining local and foreign elements in at multiple levels (2016). Discuss how transnationality and hybridity have contributed to the Korean Wave at multiple levels of the Korean Wave (e.g.. production, circulation, and consumption).