Youtuber, Yeri Potter, discusses Red Velvet’s theories and how they connect to EXO’s universe. Check out her Youtube channel here! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUYQaxp-HM-dDvsZYyhDiSQ
Marcela(@showhyunu)helps us to break down MONSTA X’s theory universe, which leaves traces in their lyrics, music videos, concept photos, and even logos(thread below). A thread about Monsta X's logos, typography and symbolism pic.twitter.com/VZgztuEloe — 𝕸𝖆𝖗𝖈𝖊𝖑𝖆 ⛄ | 7 – 1 = 0 (@showhyunu) December 19, 2019
Peter from the KPopCast, IMMY from Daebak K-Pop/Sprinkle Podcasts, & Warren from SojuTalk join Emily to talk the reasoning behind why they chose to start K-Pop podcasts, how they manage their time, and if they listen to podcasts even more than the K-Pop music they talk about! TOURS IN US: A.C.E
Bleav In K-Pop listeners tell everyone their 2019 choices for Most Haunting, Most Swaggy, Most Underrated, Most Arousing, Most Introspective, Most Sassy, Most Alarming, and Most Intricate Songs/Acts/Stages. TOURS IN US: A.C.E.
K-Pop Journalist, Tamar Herman, comes to talk about The Kraze Magazine’s most recent issue about K-Pop comebacks and the art of it all! TOURS IN US: DREAMCATCHER, A.C.E, JINGLE BALL(BTS & MONSTA X)
Emily lists out her top 15 songs in 2019 since March of 2019. Although there are a couple of other songs left this year, we wanted to spot light these now! TOURS IN US: Tiffany Young, Jay Park
Nani of @staypeachyco talks what inspires her fan art, the difficulties and fulfilling parts of this passion, and why she chooses EXO & Stray Kids as her two ults. TOURS IN US: OneUs, Tiffany Young
Alexis Hodoyán, experienced freelance media journalist, talks her favorite interviews thus far, and of course, she makes sure to spread the SuJu gospel with thorough fervor and explanations. TOURS IN US: Tiffany Young, Jay Park, Super M
An Atlanta native and graduate of the University of Michigan, Emily Haydel is such a supporter of K-Pop, she has adopted the lifestyle. Haydel knows that lifestyle means choosing to commit money, emotion, and most importantly, loads of time to their group(s) and bias(es). K-Pop has become such a global phenomenon, fans camp out for a week in advance of appearances just to maybe get a K-Pop idol’s attention. After spending time with fans in and outside of her work at the Choice Music K-Pop store, Emily wants to turn the camera around and bring the fans opinions to her podcast. When not obsessing over K-Pop and ARMY, Emily resides in LA, working for the Dodgers and UCLA Athletics as an in-game host.