Joined May 31 2009
Hello Students, Welcome to Kpop College!!
I'm the President of Kpop College. For those cool hip students, you can call me Kpop DJ as I spin Kpop music to the masses. I created this university back in August 2011, but have been following Kpop since 2007. As of right now, our campus is on the internet, but our long term goal is to build an actual college campus on land. It will have professors, lecture halls, dance studios, degree's, residence halls, student union, cafe's, library, sports complex, track and a large stadium for concerts and sporting events.
I was in a band back in my college days, it was fun but it didn't materialize as I'd had hope. So now I'm spending time behind the scenes laying one brick at a time to build our university. I hope to help as many students as possible reach their academic and dream goals to become a popular music artist, actress or actor. When we find talented students we try to help promote them in effort to help record labels notice them. Here is our page of promoted students and the key attributes we look for in those students.
By the way, sorry I can't get back to all of your questions. We receive a lot of questions from students and media all over the world and due to time constraints we're unable to respond to all your questions. We will be updating our FAQ section from time to time to answer questions that are asked most often. To get started at our university, please visit our Link page and take time to visit each page and check out all things to do on campus! Please check there for answers. But feel free to send me a friend request, I'll always make time to accept your requests.
Let's Learn, Enjoy and Become the best we can be! Show your college pride and let's make Kpop College the largest most prestigious university in the world! Below you'll find one of my favorite Kpop Rock bands, named Nylon Pink from Los Angeles, California. When you get a chance please stop at their Nylon Pink Twitter page and let them know your a student at Kpop College! By the way, if you're wondering how much I know about the Asian culture, well I've been to Japan 27 times and recently to China. I pretty much live in the Asian culture 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Next trip to Asia, I plan to stop in Seoul, South Korea to set up collaboration connections.
Enjoy your time at Kpop College and remember to make lots of friends!!