Not even a pandemic can stop Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines from putting together its most sought-after annual spectacle for the Korean cineastes. This year though, in order to ensure all the K-Culture fans’ safety while still sharing joy, entertainment and Korean culture, the Korean Film Festival will be taking on a different shape. Instead of the usual packed, opening nights and the whole-cinema experience, KFF 2020 will be more intimate these days as it will be heading to everyone’s gadgets and televisions and into their own homes through its first-ever online run.
First to fourth generation fans of the K-Pop scene got their own fix of talent, music, entertainment, and a lot more at the first ever live concert by Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines titled “PKS Rewind 2020: The Online Reunion.”
TikTok is a growing community for different creators, or widely known as TikTokers. It’s another outlet for the creative minds and an entertainment source for the spectators – or you can simply be both.
Interesting contents pop-up on your page and in less than a minute per video you learn something new! It’s just so random like walking in a dollar-store finding things you thought you never needed but actually do.
The variety of the contents will keep you occupied until you lost track of time. Some hop on what’s on the TikTok trend, do collaborations in forms of ‘duets’, or impart their knowledge with eye-catching videos on something they are good with.
We’ve shared before about how TikTok can support your Korean language learning experience from watching different creators teaching Korean. It’s something to admire as these creators are from different parts of the word sharing a common thing: to help interested people understand and talk in Korean.
On average the following creators spend hours of their time in order to upload quality videos! Let’s get to know more about them: