Podcasts

I am currently hosting three podcast shows – a personal journal sort of podcast, a Korean ASMR podcast, and a K-drama podcast that is aimed at my fellow Korean language learners.

I usually record podcast episodes during my free time. I’ve had a lot in the past few months as a result of not having to commute. This might change in the future but I’m committed to continuously producing more content that are mostly beneficial for me and hopefully to my super amazing listeners as well.

Support charity organizations in your area if you like the content I am creating and you feel like giving me money. They are really making a difference. I’m sure you’ve heard of at least one of them which you’d also like to help. If I have any recommendations, I’ll also let you know.

Happy listening!!!

Kingka Podcast – K-Drama and Language Learning

The embedded player above will show you the latest episode of the show.

킹카 is a K-drama podcast as much as it is a Korean language learning podcast. I dedicate this podcast to my fellow language enthusiasts and everyone else who may be interested to know more about the Korean language and Korean culture as seen and heard in K-Drama.

Listen to all episodes on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Transistor, and more…

Release schedule: Sundays at 7 pm HKT

별자리 // Constellations – Korean ASMR for Language Learners

The embedded player above will show you the latest episode of the show.

This is a very experimental podcast and recently has also been quite unplanned. I record whatever on the same night I am uploading it, but as much as I can I try to use some sort of an inspiration or central theme and use vocabulary words or expressions related to it. That is most of the time! There are also moments when I just blabber whatever Korean words I see in a book or whatever comes to mind.

It’s a Korean ASMR podcast and I also dedicate this to my fellow Korean language enthusiasts and even to those who are not interested in learning the language but are just into this kind of endeavors.

Sleep tight and listen to more of this on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Transistor, and everywhere else.

Release schedule: anytime before Thursday midnight HKT

Rome is in MNL

The embedded player above will show you the latest episode of the show.

This podcast is the first podcast show I have ever started and it has evolved into different things.

I have done interview episodes for several episodes and those were really interesting conversations that I’ve had with friends and acquaintances alike. The interview episodes are available on my YouTube channel in two vodcast playlists: Season 2 and Season 3.

As of the moment, this podcast show is more like a personal journal to me and I am not doing interview episodes like I did on the third season. There might also be more interview episodes in the future, but it will be a rare gem. So if you’re not the type to listen to a stranger talk about his personal life and opinions, this might not be for you.

Still, if you’re interested to listen to this, it’s available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Transistor, and everywhere else.

Release schedule: Mondays 7pm HKT


Podcasts I Currently Listen To

I am currently not listening to a specific podcast channel regularly. I dip into different shows from time to time.

Instead, I actually listen to a lot of audiobooks on Audible. I have been an avid Audible listener since 2017 and I have over a 100 books on my library. Our listening habits might be different, but if you’re interested in audiobooks as much as I am, I’d recommend you check out Audible Plus. I believe it’s the best audiobook subscription available at the moment. With a subscription, you can even ask the audiobook to be replaced with a different one if you didn’t enjoy what you listened to. No questions asked.

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The latest book I’ve just finished listening to as of 12/19/2020 is called the “Convenience Store Woman. While listening to this book, I thought of all the convenience store people I’ve ever interacted with and this book felt familiar and alienating all at the same time. Find out what feeling this book will give you yourself.

The Audible links on this page are affiliate links and I may get some compensation if and when you subscribe. The offer is a 30-day free trial which you can cancel even after enjoying your first month. But hey, you’ll never know if it’s worth the money unless you try it first.

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