The 5 Most Hits Korean Content Creators , Some Have Converted


Korean_ 2022 is the era of content creators . Everyone creates content and becomes popular on various platforms like TikTok to YouTube. South Korea has a series of names that are still in the ranks of the most popular content creators in the Ginseng Country.
From TikToker to YouTubers, here are five social media celebs from South Korea whose content is most in demand:

1. Changha (TikTok)

Changha is one of the most active and popular Korean singers on TikTok. Now his followers have crossed the 21 million follower mark on TikTok. Not only on this platform, Changha also has many followers on Instagram and YouTube.

Changha’s TikTok career started in 2018 and was immediately in demand by lovers of short videos. He also became the mascot for the Hallyu Com-on Switzerland 2020, was invited to collaborate with K-Pop idols, until he stopped by Jessi’s YouTube show.

2. Jongmineyo (TikTok)

With more than 14 million TikTok followers, Jongmineyo is at the top of the ranks of Korean social media celebrities. His real name is Baek Jong Min and he is also known as Jong Min Oppa. So popular, he once appeared with Zendaya during the promotion of Spider-Man: Far From Home. In addition, he was also invited to play Korean dramas because he was popular on social media. Jongmineyo’s content is unique, because it features comedy and music clips.

3. JFlaMusic

It’s always fun to see song covers on YouTube and you’ll be blown away by Kim Jung Hwa’s vocal skills on JFlaMusic. He started his YouTube career in 2011 and is getting more and more popular every year. The cover video screening on YouTube is not inferior to K-Pop MV viewers, you know! The cover video for the song Despacito, for example, has been watched more than 200 million times. JFlaMusic has more than 17 million subscribers right now.

4. PONY Syndrome

PONY Syndrome is the most famous beauty influencer in South Korea. Her real name is Park Hye Min, the content contains South Korean beauty products. She also features makeup tutorials on her YouTube and is best known for her makeovers from K-Pop stars to Taylor Swift. With more than 5 million subscribers on YouTube, PONY Syndrome doesn’t have to worry about monthly income anymore.

5. David Kim

Daud Kim is fairly popular with Indonesian audiences. He is a Korean who is so interested in Islam that he makes a lot of content about Islam. Now Daud Kim has been a convert for several years and continues to make Islamic content on his YouTube. From social experiments to vlogs, Daud Kim’s channel has more than 3 million subscribers on YouTube.