Leah Torres is a medical editor and a photography enthusiast based in Manila, Philippines. She is a self-confessed late bloomer, a fan girl, a budget traveler and a chocoholic.
She fell in love with Korea for more than a decade now and has never looked back since then. She finds immense pleasure and overflowing happiness in watching Korean dramas, attending K-Pop concerts and fan meets, eating Korean food and exploring South Korea whenever she can. She is more than happy to share her experiences through kpopchannel.tv and through her personal blog www.leitbloomer.com.
Hi~ I’m Michelle, a 24yr old based in Korea, studying to become a professional photographer.
I love traveling, meeting new people, and trying foods in the countries I visit. After visiting Korea for the first time I fell in love with Korean culture, food, and lifestyle.
I enjoy hanging out with friends, going to new cafes and restaurants, or going shopping. I first learned about KDRAMA & KPOP in 2012. I’m a fan of BTS, but I also enjoy listening to many other kpop groups!
Ma Zoraya Idica
I am middle-aged career-woman and young at heart, balancing life with fun moments. I love traveling, shopping and k-fangirl-ing all over Asia. I love meeting new friends, specially those that share my same interest.
I can only remember that my fangirl-ing started with Meteor Garden – the infamous F4 boys. Eventually, you enter a whole new world after watching this series. After Taiwan, it evolved to Korean dramas and after hearing their OST’s you’ll eventually like the singers. From then on, I knew, that this will give me a new meaning to life. Its full of drama, comedies and romance. I believed that I am a ‘Princess’of this world and this is my expertise.
Hello I am Suresh Moktan a K-FAN boy from Nepal. I’m a dancer & I have a crew of 7 members. We are a KPOP cover dance crew. I have been into kpop since 2009 influenced from k-dramas OST ?
My love towards kpop, k-drama & k-movie is still strong. I love to be a kfan boy. I love Korean culture & love to promote it.
Hello world! I’m Kath, a Manila-based twenty-something KPOP fan!
I’ve been under the charm of everything Korean for a decade now and it has been an epic roller-coaster ride so far! My k-obssession leans towards food and music.
Nothing beats dancing to your favorite kpop songs while grilling samgyupsal and drinking soju with friends!
Nadine Postigo is a 20-Something writer, aspiring photographer & videographer from the Philippines. She is a home-based marine casualty journalist by profession BUT her Korean-loving side overpowers that somewhat serious part of her most of the time.
Nadine is madly passionate about Korean culture, languages, food, lifestyle, and has recently started to venture into vlogging.
RUTH LEEN DE LOS REYES
Ruth Leen De Los Reyes is a Multimedia Arts student, blogger, writer, photographer, musician, and visual artist. She loves everything related to music and arts.
She started being a fangirl at a young age with Western groups like Westlife, SCLUB7 and Backstreet Boys. In 2009, she started realizing her love for KPOP, KDramas and everything about Korea. Super Junior is her UB group and will forever be an ELF ’til the end. She loves sharing her experiences with KPOP concerts or fan meetings, KPOP albums, Korean food, or anything about Korea on her personal blog iamdelosreyes.com.
KPOPCHANNEL.TV is still welcoming applications for interested K-Pop, K-Drama or Korean Entertainment fans who want to be our volunteer global correspondents or contributors online or on the field!
Aspiring reporters or emcees interested on covering Hallyu-related (K-pop, K-drama, K-stars, etc.) events of global concern in their respective countries are also more than welcome to apply.
We are also looking for friendly translators (Korean-English, Spanish) for some of our contents.
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Applications: January -September 2020
Location: From any country.
Age: 15+ years old
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Role C1: Correspondents who will cover their respective Hallyu-related events (concerts, fan-meetings, etc.) and can report as much information as they want through simple write ups with pictures, fancams or vlogs (if available).
Role C2: Contributors who just want to share fun or interesting contents in any form about their idols (vines, memes, articles, fancams, etc.) which we may use for SNS postings as well as broadcast with credits/permission.
Aside from being able to cover or write about their favorite stars, the correspondents and contributors will be issued certifications upon request. Gifts and pleasant surprises will also be given!
Media passes or tickets will be provided for some events, while KPC media ID cards will only be issued to the right candidates.
Got swaeg? Just shoot us an email with your resume or CV at [email protected]
You may also chat with us here, on FB, Twitter or Instagram~
Don’t worry. We won’t bite!
KPOPCHANNEL.TV (KPC) is a 24/7 TV channel airing internationally via satellite, cable, IPTV, and OTT. It is operated by CUBEMEDIA, INC. which was established in South Korea on September 2011 mainly as a content production company. It produces reality shows and documentaries for various South Korean cable companies, but recently decided to diversify to create its own Hallyu media brand (“kpopchannel” 이라 함).
KPC’s programs are about the Korean Wave, entertainment, people, travel, and more. They are produced in Korean and English. In some instances, its contents have subtitles or translations.
The channel offers round-the-clock music videos; dance, style, and makeup tutorial programs, weekly news, celebrity interviews, special coverages of any Hallyu-related events, and even some dramas.
KPOPCHANNEL.TV is also a government licensed news website. It aims to help fans connect with the stars, and vice versa with the help of its talented correspondents from over 20 countries.