(Photo : hancinema) At KCON Manhattan 2016 presented by capability of Toyota HanCinema had the privilege and the excitement of being on two panels with some amazing colleagues: "The Go back of the call of the gameLifestyles of K-pop Lovers Over 30" and "From K-pop Fan to K-pop Professional". Those panels represented HanCinema's first panel revel in at KCON and we felt so welcomed by our fellow panelists.
Hallyu execs from in each and everyunmarried place the spectrum accumulatedto discuss their expertise, and their passion. The component of pastime is what makes the Hallyu journalism one of the crucial more authentic subsets of journalism. It could also be that ardour that made the panels successful.
AdvertisementThe "The Return of the Secret Life of K-pop Fans Over 30" panel used to bea successas a result of the five ladies from other walks of life and Hallyu journalism. It changed into moderated by entrepreneur, Youtuber, and all around life of the party, Multifacetedacg. She prepped music, games, giveaways, and kept the glide of the consultation moving whilstenticing the target market amongst questions and callouts. Young Ajummah, a Youtuber, podcaster, blogger, and pre-school instructor explained her very refined way of sharing K-pop with the arena every bit a running adult: play it throughoutmagnificence and use it for finding out about tune and culture! I, Lisa Espinosa AKA Raine, mentioned my go back and forth to Korea with the Korea Joa program, and felt privileged to have the opposite over-30 girlssettle for me into their fold. Leah Westbrook AKA Zombie Mama, writer, photographer, mom of 4 and lover of all things Korean, has gotten to do a little amazing interviews while also being an concerned mother and wife. Stephanie Kurtz from Kchat Jjigae, a creator and podcaster, in spite of being asked at a concert if she was a chaperone, continues to constitute older K-pop lovers with gusto and verve!
As older fans of the Hallyu wave, we every now and thenobtainperplexed and ageist comments from an audience most commonlyproduced fromteenagers and young twenty-somethings. Have any of you older HanCinema readers experienced this? So long aswe like K-pop, Korean Drama, Korean Film, and Korean culture, there is not anythingto prevent United States of America from loving and taking phase inup toany person else.
And in relation to the panelists, we also make careers out of loving, knowing, and writing/photographing/Youtubeing/podcasting about Hallyu. This was discussed during HanCinema's 2nd panel "From K-pop Fan to K-pop Professional" moderated by documentary maker and writer, Adrienne Stanley.Jeff Benjamin of Fuse, the guy who paved the wave for K-pop journalism in the United States, was the lone guyat the panel, yet very much enjoyed and well-received. Tamar Herman of Billboard and KultScene has made a profession for herself writing, currently interviewing K-pop powerhouses like Tiffany and Jessica of Girl's Generation. Angie Mills, photographer for Kpopstarz captures amazing moments in Hallyu to percentage with the realm and has photographed award ceremonies, K-pop concerts, conventions, and more. Multifacetedacg and I rounded out the panel. This panel traversed a good deal ofsubjectsstarting frommild to more serious. On the happier facet of things, Tamar was recently followed by Tiffany on social media, while Adrienne attended remaining year's MAMA awards in China. We also spoke about how we were given started: Multifacetedacg began on her camera telephone and I used to be contacted by the use of Twitter.
Please take a glance at the video under to have a flavor of the awesome panels HanCinema got to take a seat on. Let us know what you have confidence you lot studied in the comments below!
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