Kpop College News
Grab your favorite cup of coffee and check out the latest news here at Kpop College!
If you wish to get on Kpop College news please send us a request using our contact page. Please note due to the high volume of questions we receive we can only choose a select few. To increase your probability, show your Teamwork, Optimism and Perseverence skills here at Kpop College, Did you know that KpopCollege.com is more popular that 99.986% of all the Billion plus websites on planet Earth! This is your chance increase your popularity and strive to become a future Kpop artist, actress or actor!
|Posted on June 4, 2017 at 10:30 PM||comments ()|
Korean American artist and actress Megan Lee achieves her 1st US Placement. Megan co-wrote "Falling Up" Mike Dupree featuring Maddi Jane. The song has surpassed 2 Million Spotify streams on over 50 Major Playlists. Learn more visit Megan Lee fan page here at Kpop College.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Megan Lee is a young rising Asian American artist and actress. Started her entertainment career at the age of 10 and she'd appeared in numerous national commercials including McDonald's, Verizon, and Nintendo, as well as TV shows such as Crash series, KidzBop, Nickelodeon, Disney, various indie-films, and also after participating in South Korea's popular Audition Reality Show, Megan released a very first Korean Pop debut single '8dayz' & OST 'Ready for Love' in South Korea. Megan also kept posting her YouTube videos since her early age & managed it very successfully with more than 40 million views now. With endless support from her loving family, she aspires to continue working in the entertainment industry to inspire people with music.
|Posted on March 25, 2017 at 7:25 PM||comments ()|
World famous Australian rapper, Iggy Azalea releases her new music video "Mo Bounce". Her new music video has earned nearly 5 Million YouTube views in 24 hours! Pick up Iggy's new song here. Visit her website: Iggy Azalea. You can also Tweet Iggy your Bounce video to see if she retweets it on Twitter, use the hashtag: #MoBounceChallenge
But did you know that your university, Kpop College global website ranking outperforms Iggy's website ranking? Keep up the great work students on your continued efforts to tell your friends about Kpop College! Your university's popularity continues to skyrocket around the globe as we're now outperforming some of the best artist's on the planet! And when Kpop College's popularity increases so does our students giving them more potential to get noticed!
Music video by Iggy Azalea performing Mo Bounce. (C) 2017 Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
|Posted on March 21, 2017 at 9:25 PM||comments ()|
Big News today on March 21, 2017:
"Entertainment Tonight" a popular TV Show in the United States for all the Hollywood Celebrities started following Kpop College today on Twitter. Entertainment Tonight has over 1 Million Twitter followers and is very popoular with TV and Movie Actresses and Actors. Entertainment Tonight remains among the ten highest-rated syndicated programs according to Nielsen weekly ratings.
Another popular TV Network that is following Kpop College is "Nickelodeon". Their hit TV Show "Make It Pop" starring Korean / American actress and Kpop artist Megan Lee also follows Kpop College. Nickelodeon is a popular TV network for young students around the world. They have nearly 4 Million followers on Twitter.
As you can see, Kpop College's popularity keeps on expanding all over the globe with major networks following our university. When Kpop College becomes popular, this increases exposure for our students to become popular as well. Keep up the great work students, keep using our "Team Thunder" approach to help your university grow. When the big companies start recognizing Kpop College, more scouts start stopping by our university to inquire about potential new talent!
|Posted on January 10, 2017 at 9:20 PM||comments ()|
Jan 10, 2017:
Please note that Kpop College has been experiencing some technical issues as some of you may have noticed since December. We are working with our software developers in trying to resolve the issue. This includes not being able to upload your student profile photo, slow page loading or no page loading. We've also had a hard time to update other pages.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
When those issues have been resolved we will update this post.
But other than that everything else is working OK, such as posting your cover videos, photos, sending internal Kpop College mail, writing on students wall, friend requesting other students, etc.
|Posted on January 10, 2017 at 9:00 PM||comments ()|
Do you know famous American pop star artist Katty Perry? She's very popular isn't she, well for the first time in our history, KpopCollege.com has surpassed KattyPerry.com in the most internet views! Your university keeps expanding around the globe and quickly rising to become one of the most popular social media sites on the internet.
Keep telling your cool friends in school about Kpop College, the students at our university are amazing!
|Posted on November 26, 2016 at 12:10 AM||comments ()|
For those students that can't make it to Seoul, South Korea this year we have good news! Kpop College and AfreecaTV are collaborating to bring you the concert to you on the internet with live streaming! The Seoul Dream Concert is 11/27/16. To learn more about vist: Kpop College Concerts
|Posted on November 25, 2016 at 10:20 PM||comments ()|
|Posted on September 22, 2016 at 9:35 PM||comments ()|
Kpop College interviews talented Canadian Kpop group 2KSQUAD! This powerful group has nearly 100 members and approaching 3 Million YouTube views! Check out their interview:
Visit: 2KSQUAD Fan page today!
|Posted on September 15, 2016 at 11:10 PM||comments ()|
Kpop College opens it's brand new fashion line called: KElegance!! Be sure to check out our new clothing and apparel company that will be lead by Sami, our 2016 Kpop Selca World Champion. Rynn will be handling KElegance magazine and Iseul will be handling South Korea market for high school students. Be sure to stop by KElegance new page and follow KElegance Twitter too!
|Posted on September 9, 2016 at 9:30 AM||comments ()|
Students: This is your chance to change your life significantly by winning a $250,000 College Scholarship! By just creating a 5 minute educational video on the topic of Science, Math or Physics you might go on to win this challenge! Last year's winner 17 year old Ryan Chester won the contest, received $250,000 scholarship to attend virtually any university in the world he wants to attend (he was accepted into Harvard University) that will forever change his life in a positive way to further reach his long range goals in life.
You too can participate in this event! Just visit: Break Through Junior Challenge to learn more! But please be aware this challenge ends October 10, 2016 so you only have one month to register and create your educational and creative video! It will be well worth your time to enter as you never know, you may be the one who goes on to win! The challenge is being championed by Priscilla Chan who is married to Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facebook!
It would be fantastic to see that one of our students here at Kpop College can go on to win this great challenge! Let's show the world that Kpop College students not only love Kpop music but are also very hard working students that want to also excel in academics such as Science, Math and Physics! You can change the world with your energy for the love of Kpop music coupled with your passion to revolutionize the world with a new technology that will make the world a happier and healthier place, especially for old people who suffer from so many diseases and sadness in life.
Watch last year's winner: Ryan Chester's video that gave him the win and the $250,000 College Scholarship! After you create your 5 minute video and upload it to the official Break Through Junior Challenge website, be sure to post it here on Kpop College for other students to watch.
For a recommended topic to create your educational 5 minute video on would be a Science and Physics subject called: Longevity Escape Velocity = The speed of technologies to improve health outpaces the natural deterioration speed of the human body. Watch this great conversation between two leading scientists, take notes and then summarize it into a creative educational 5 minute video. Longevity Escape Velocity
Good Luck to all students who participate in this great event! Leave your comments below to let other students on campus here at Kpop College know that you will create your creative video and your chance win a quarter of a Million dollars in College Scholarships!