BONUS PODCAST! Return of Kpop Fans Over 30 KCONNY16 Panel

Posted by Cherry Cordial on June 29, 2016


This last weekend was KCON NY! (And Stephanie may still be recovering…) This year she decided to record the popular Secret Lives of Kpop Fans Over 30 panel for those of you who were not able to be there to hear it! The panel is moderated by MultifacetedACG and includes panelists Young Ajummah, ZombieMama, Lisa from Hancinema, and, well, Stephanie. The panel was just as much fun as last year, and the group chatted topics such as encounters of the K-idol kind, ultimate biases, how to deal with the anti-fans of your life, and just what it’s like being some of the oldest people in the room.

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Young Ajummah

Lisa Espinosa

Stephanie should apologize to the following
  • The ladies, for cutting off the intro.
  • Multifaceted, for putting you in control of her phone.
  • Junsu, for the Junsu t-shirt.
  • All the young idols, for continuing to say you’re only 12 years old.
Thanks for listening! See you next time. 


  • Reply humbledaisy1 June 29, 2016 at 12:43 pm

    I couldn’t tell which panelist told the story about interviewing Shinee in Chicago – which one was it? I hope someone filmed your panel as well – it was hilarious!

    • Reply Stephanie June 29, 2016 at 8:40 pm

      I believe that was Zombiemama–the story with the pizza? I think Hancinema filmed it, I’ll keep you updated!

    • Reply zombiemamma July 19, 2016 at 5:21 pm

      That would be me. Oy! I still haven’t gotten over the embarrassment of that moment… Or just the interview experience in general. It’s definitely an experience I’ll remember for the rest of my life.

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