I’ll be guest blogging at MTV Iggy, MTV’s new branch for global (mostly Asian) pop culture and infotainment for the next few weeks.
This blog will be updated as usual; some of the stories here will be cross-posted at Iggy, and I’ll write a few extra stuff for the folks there during my stint.
Hope that the short project will benefit both parties and Asian pop culture fans; check out my updates at Iggy.
Popular blogger Danny Choo made this video sharing 365 pics of Japanese dishes he had in Tokyo; music track is “Chang e Chance” by Primarees. Cool stuff…
To be frank, I’m not keen in websites’ awards… so I’m not going to bore you with the poll, especially if you are not familiar with the nominees.
The nominee list provides some good links though, with bunches of Korean related blogs in various topics… might find a few interesting ones if you are keen in Korean stuff.
Thanks for the nomination, although I still find it a bit odd considering the fact that this blog is not dedicated entirely to Korean matters.
Japanese celebrity blogger Yusuke Kamiji’s weblog is certified by Guinness World Records as the “most unique users on a personal blog in 24 hours”, or in human language the most popular blogger in the world.
The certified record is 230,755 unique visitors in one day, with daily pageviews of 5-6 million. The highest unofficial record is 13,171,039 PV on April 12th, and 56,061 comments on April 17th. [Asiajin, via Japanprobe]
That’s some crazy stats… my blog’s popularity is literally nuts compared to his lol.
Korean pop star BoA’s Japanese blog has been a hit since its launching in June 2007. She frequently updates the blog, introducing Korean food and culture to her Japanese fans with some lovely pics… and the fans are loving it.
[Update] The blog is no longer accessible, unfortunately.
Kwon Boa series – Next: BoA receives Young Contemporary Artist Award