At long last, K-pop comes to iTunes. Fifty acts make their debut on Apple's music service, thanks to DFSB Kollective, starting today.
Actually, most of the acts here are not really K-pop; most of them are more interesting, rock and electronic stuff. Vidulgi OoyoO is there, along with Huckleberry Finn, Sung Kiwan and Cocore, Chang Kiha and the Faces, No Brain, and more. Not a bad selection at all.
On the more pop side, you do have Tasha (aka "T", aka Yoon Mirae) (who is great, btw), Drunken Tiger, Epik High and bands like that. Oh, and g.o.d and Moon Hee Jun, who are definitely big pop names, although more of yesterday.
For a complete list, you can check out this site. More importantly, buy buy buy, buy their music.