It has been weeks since KPOPCON X happened. And like what I always say in my previous blogs, I am sorry for posting it late. Well, you know. Life happens. But it won’t stop me from blogging this event. I was really stressed with this event (well, I guess everyone is). But I am very happy that I became a part of PKCI for its this very special event.
I never thought I’ll get to see iKON this close, or even attend this event. Why? First of all, I am not a Samsung user. And even if I am, for sure I can’t afford the required Samsung model to join the event. Second, I am not lucky with raffles. But thankfully, I got a media pass under kpopchannel.tv.
A lot of you may be shocked because I am posting something about Thai since I always post about Koreans. Let me give you a heads up, I attended this fan meeting not as a fan, but as a photographer. But I can say, that I became a fan of these artists when I met them.
It has been 12 years since this KDrama was released. Funny as it seems but it might not be a coincident watching this KDrama. If you happened to have watched Mawang / The Devil, you’ll probably know why 12 years is a very important thing.
I know it has been years since this movie, Sunny, was released. I have heard about it a lot of times but still failed to watch it. But now, since I finally got the chance to watch it, I’ll be sharing to you some of my thoughts on this movie.
For the first blog post of 2019, I decided to write something that may somehow be a help to you, my fellow fans. As seen in the title, I’ll be sharing to you some guides on how to save money #IPONING for KPOP concerts.
It’s already the end of 2018 and who would have thought that I am still up here blogging (or more like writing all my fangirling activities). My 2018 really reached both extremes – possibly the worst and the best year. Weird right? Yeah, I know it’s weird.
It has been days since I received my grades for my Korean class. With me being busy with my thesis (and prioritizing it above anything else), I didn’t even imagine that I would still get that kind of grade.
I was pretty much aware that this new KPOP group, NOIR, will be visiting the Philippines for a free fan event. But I never knew that I will have the chance to meet them twice.
It’s funny to think that I was still able to attend Taeyeon’s concert in Manila even thought I was not able to buy tickets on the day of the ticket selling. I am very much thankful for kpopchannel.tv for this opportunity.