Can you believe that it’s already September? That means we have a few months left until the end of 2018! And with the last half of the year comes a never-ending list of K-Pop-related events to go to.
One of the groups coming in at the
Reading Korean is a bit challenging especially if we’re dealing with romanized names. As we have mentioned before, romanization especially in Korean can be difficult and at times misleading if not erroneous. So here’s a list of the most commonly misread Korean names in the
Happy New Year, KStreetManila readers! 2017 has just started and we are already witnessing stellar comebacks, impressive debuts, and amazing performances, which are not only make headlines in South Korea but also around the world. And what a way to start the new year with S. Coups, Jeonghan,