Surpassing their co-trainees in the audition show, Hello K-Idol, JP Soliva, Kheene Salas, Guion Antonio, and Yukito Kanai were given the opportunity to take a leap forward to making their dreams of becoming a K-Pop idol come true.
The final four were given an all-expense paid K-Pop training scholarship at Rainbowbridge World (RBW), home to vocal powerhouse group MAMAMOO, K-Pop idol group ONEUS, and pop rock band ONEWE.
Tech Jungle: VIVO V17 PRO Review
JP, Kheene, Guion, and Yuki went to Seoul and experienced an adventure of a lifetime. For some, it was their first time to travel outside the Philippines and live apart from their family. For all, it was a chance to learn and prove their mettle in the midst of K-Pop’s well-known meticulous and systematic idol training program. Do they have what it takes?
However, it was not all training for the boys. In the months that they trained with their days packed with schedules on various aspects of becoming an idol, they were also given some free days to explore the vibrant city of Seoul and immerse themselves in the culture of Korea.
Now, fans can experience these moments with Hello K-Idol’s Final Four through a new vlog series called Hello K-Idol ExclusiVlogs, where JP, Kheene, Guion, and Yuki provide a sneak peek into the life of a K-Pop idol trainee. They share their thoughts and feelings on the highs and lows of their voyage towards their common dream.
Hello K-Idol ExclusiVlogs is launching on November 9, with new episodes every Saturday at 9PM PHT. Watch it for FREE on Viu – available on the Viu App (free on the App Store and Google Play Store), Web (www.viu.com), Smart TV.
Hello K-Idol ExclusiVlogs is presented by Puregold.