The call for application ends on April 18, 2021
Korea.Net recently announced the opening for the 2021 K-Influencer Academy.
If you want to turn that adoration for Korea into creative online content that could spread around the world, then this opportunity might be best for you. Lovers of the Land of the Morning Calm will undergo this YouTube training program that will hone their production skills and passion as influencers in the name of Korean pop culture.
The opening does not require that much. The announcement says that anyone who loves Korea and has a YouTube channel is eligible to apply. There is a plus point in the application if you could send a link to the video about your concept and fondness of Korean culture. This video does not need to be professionally done and smartphone camera shots are acceptable. Additionally, you don't have to fret if you only have very few channel subscribers. They will only look at how you creatively express your interest in Korean culture.
What's in it for you
> Mentorship on content creation
> Chance to be seen on Korea.Net
> Free consultation to grow your YouTube channel
> Support for production design
> The best influencer has the chance to fly to Korea
Be quick! This opening is until April 18 only. For your queries, email K-influencer Academy Office (email@example.com). This program is presented by the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS).
Watch the activities of the first batch of K-influencers.
Check out Korea.Net's YouTube channel.
Read this article by last year's Filipino K-influencer Katrina A. Noble.
If you still have the heart (LOL!), watch this Hangeul Day video done by a Filipino student of the Korean language.