Who We Are
One Hallyu: OneHallyu hopes to be your one, consolidated source of Asian entertainment news and your one, unified community.
Today, it is near impossible to find a sole provider of information for all facets of the Asian entertainment industry. There are often too many news outlets, yet no consolidated source; too many speculations, yet no solid discussion. OneHallyu solves all these issues simultaneously: A steady stream of information for you provided by you. Our community has the quickest and most reliable updates because it is by the fans, for the fans.
Founded upon the value of cohesiveness, we strive to be the sole provider in an oft-divided entertainment industry. Often new fans become lost within a fandom, unable to express his or her voice. Or, it’s difficult to express your love for multiple groups, while representing your one favorite artist. Here at OneHallyu, we encourage the user to express their individual identity while in support of multiple groups and interests.
We hope that you are able to find the fastest news and the most unified community of individuals within the confines of our forum.
Our Logo: "OH!"
O: Community is best seen when we stand firm as one. All things must come to an end, yet all ends have vibrant new beginnings. Still, the thing that remains consistent through all this is that we have one other. The “O” in our logo is symbolic of the wholeness formed when each new beginning is founded upon another’s end. When it all comes together, we see the perfectness in the middle that is only achieved by staying strong and united, regardless of beginning or end.
H: The beauty of the Hallyu movement is that we come together from all ends of the world to meet in the middle with a common interest. The Hallyu movement not only ushered in a new era of Asian Entertainment for all those interested, but also brought together like-minded individuals to celebrate and enthusiastically discuss this musical genre. Hallyu has since expanded outward to include all types of music from Asia, including Japanese, Chinese, and other Asian entertainment media. The “H” in our logo is symbolic of not only members from the four corners of the earth coming together at a centric point, but also from that center, us reaching out to the many branches of Asian entertainment.