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The conversation with Young Kim gets deep and personal. We say stuff that may bite us in the butt.
- How much did Young Kim make during his whole singing career?
- Why is now a good time for entertainers?
- Why Korean Millennials are South Korea’s great hope to preserve the past.
- Old guys complaining about young ‘uns on YouTube
- How no one can make a career in Korean broadcasting
- The rise and fall of foreign celebrities in Korean media
- The cultural differences between Arirang, EBS, and TBS eFM
- Dealing with trolls in broadcasting
- When away from Rome, don’t do what the Romans do
- How COVID-19 is making us grow
- Run-ins with celebrities in the Korean entertainment industry–and Hulk Hogan
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Veteran voice actor Kelly Frances gives tips on how to break into the voice acting business in Korea. She details what types of visas to get, what types of jobs you can get, dealing with agencies, and importantly, the dangers to watch out for.
Young Kim hit the early K-Pop scene in the late 1990s with the group S#arp. He transitioned to be one of the stalwarts of English language broadcasting in Korea.
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