‘Superstar K’ looks for local talent

Hyuk Jun Son, 30, of Boston auditions for Superstar K, South Korea's most popular television talent show at PSY's alma matter, Berklee College of Music, in Allston, Massachusetts May 28, 2013. (Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe)
Hyuk Jun Son, 30, of Boston auditions for Superstar K, South Korea's most popular television talent show at PSY's alma matter, Berklee College of Music, in Allston, Massachusetts May 28, 2013. (Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe) –The Boston Globe

“Superstar K,’’ a Korean talent show, sent reps to Boston on Tuesday to audition Berklee College of Music students and other local talent in the hopes of finding the next K-pop star. K-pop wonder Psy, of “Gangnam Style’’ fame, briefly attended Berklee, so we assume producers had high expectations for local auditions. Hopefuls who showed up for the “American Idol’’-style tryouts, held in Allston, included (from left) Hyuk Jun Son, 30, of Boston and Neo Yim, 25, of South Korea.

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