When South Korea first went into lockdown last year, the members of Epik High thought it was strange that their lives didn’t really change.“For years, we had either been at the studio or at home,” said Tablo, one of the hip-hop trio’s two rappers. “Nothing had changed, although the world was changing. The only difference was that we were wearing masks – and even that wasn’t so different because we have air pollution problems in Korea. We were like, ‘Dude, we’ve been social distancing for a long…


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