今天又周五啦。今晚湖南台又有《爸爸去哪儿》喔！且看《西游记》十级读者如何当混血王子和逗比亲民小弟；十二级吃货轩轩如何吃遍各种美味又卖萌逗趣~哈哈哈~ 如今，随着 《来自星星的你》掀起的热浪，以及《爸爸去哪儿》、《奔跑吧，兄弟》、《我是歌手》等模仿韩国版的综艺节目的爆红，韩流依然深刻地影响着中国电视业的发展。
Asia is increasingly feeling the phenomenon of hallyu, a newly coined term referring to the increase in popularity of South Korean culture that has been
flooding other countries since turn of the century.
The first China felt of it was in 2000, when the TV series Autumn in My Heart aired.
流行：prevalent; popular; fashionable; rage; run; in vogue
1. ADJ A condition, practice, or belief that is prevalent is common. 盛行的; 普遍存在的
Smoking is becoming increasingly prevalent among younger women.
the prevalent fashions;
2. N-UNCOUNT 盛行 prevalence
...the prevalence of cocaine abuse in the 1980s.
1. ADJ Something or someone that is fashionable is popular or approved of at a particular time. 时髦的
It became fashionable to eat certain kinds of fish.
2. ADV 时髦地 fashionably
...women who are perfectly made up and fashionably dressed.
1.ADJ Something that is popular is enjoyed or liked by a lot of people. (物) 广受喜爱的
Cupcakes are always popular with youngsters.
2. ADJ Someone who is popular is liked by most people, or by most people in a particular group. (人) 广受喜爱的
He remained the most popular student in his class.
【all the rage】时尚；风行一时的事物
The poem was all the rage then.
1. So the sense that one actually is pretty adept in knowing is one that tends to predominate in the university. 跟读
2. That used to be something that was like 80s, 90s, but now it's definitely coming back. 跟读
3. There are global epidemics. There is climate change.
4. I first started teaching this course in the late 1970s and 80s when literary theory was a thing absolutely of the moment. 跟读
5. So what we will be doing is differentiating pop from classical and also differentiating within styles of classical music. 跟读