Sunday April 15, 2007 22:15

Meet korean bloggers in Web2Expo!

Posted by Channy Yun

Tomorrow the Web 2.0 Expo will be held at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Over 50 korean people will be participated in this event. It was only three korean people in Web 2.0 Conference in 2005. How many people are interested in Web 2.0? It’s incredible.

After first introduction of Web2.0 in 2005, many people have started to discuss Web 2.0 through various blog communications, seminars, conferences and books. Also many it was made new start-up services introduced by this blog. Major portal companies such as Daum and Naver made user-participating services following Web 2.0 philosophy. Some people criticized Web 2.0 is only marketing term without substances and new things, but interests were increased.

Mr. Taewoo Danny Kim, one of famous bloggers started Web 2.0 Journey donated by his blog readers with the promise of returning the favor with good content on his blog. He planed to interview many famous Web 2.0 persons in his travel. It includes interviews of professors of Cornell University, stories visiting Search Engine Strategy Conference and Web 2.0 Expo. If you meet him in Web 2.0 Expo, please show your interests.

Also there are many people in this event including Openmaru, Wizardworks, Naver and Daum. Please connect korean peole in there. I’ll enjoy their live blogging although I cannot join that.

Update. Many korean attendees are making live blogging on spot. (All contents written in Korean.)

1 Response to Meet korean bloggers in Web2Expo!

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April

October 29th, 2007 at 6:09 am

Hi,

I’m pretty new to the term “blogging”. Seems like a fabulous idea in communicating with people around the globe. I would really like to connect with people in Seoul Korea or anywhere in Korea to become fimiliar with my hometown, culture, people and language.If you can please give me any information in how to get started, I would love it! I left Seoul when I was 4 and dying to get back to be around people who look just like me..lol. Anyhow thank you and be blessed :)

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