- 1 History
- 2 Background
- 2.1 Segments
- 2.2 Mini-Programs
- 3 References
- 4 External links
LOEN TV started in 2011, also going under the name LOEN Bangsong (로엔 방송, LOEN broadcast). At first, it only covered IU. It has six episodes.
In 2012, LOEN TV came back with three new episodes covering IU's Japanese tour.
2012: Introduction of segments
In the same year, LOEN TV launched segments. Ask in a Box started in October 2012 with Gain as debut star followed by CSI: Coming Soon Interview (Girl's Day), Let's Dance (November 2012, Girl's Day), LOEN TV Live (December 2012, Sunny Hill and Yoon Hyun-sang), Special Feature (December 2012, Kim Sung-kyu), Run to You (March 2013, Kim Tae-woo), I'M: Introduce Myself (April 2013, Yoo Ji-ae) and Wonder Live (September 2013, Lyn).
Due to the change of LOEN's music distribution brand from LOEN Music to 1theK, the web series became "1theK Originals".
As of 2015, it has 14 segments.
Ask in a Box
CSI: Comeback Special Interview
It shows interviews on guest artists and their new releases (album, single etc.). It was formerly called CSI: Coming Soon Interview until October 10, 2013.
It teaches viewers moves from the latest K-pop dance crazes.
LOEN TV Live
It features live performances and interviews on artists.
It features interview on an artist, with a twist. The twist is that the interviewer is the same artist.
Run to You
It features a special live event presented by a K-pop artist.
I'M: Introduce Myself
It aims to introduce "rookies" (new singers) of K-pop.
It is a mini-concert from an artist.
Called a "short-com" (comedy short film), it starred the boy band History and premiered in June 6, 2013. It tackles about the group members' lives before their debut. It had five episodes and ended in July 4, 2013.
Fiestar's A-HA! For the Global K-pop Fan
It is an educational show featuring Fiestar's leader Jei, vocalist Cao Lu and lead rapper Cheska. It caters for international viewers who wants to learn the Korean language. The first video is released on July 26, 2013, with their main topic, "Daebak", with Jei speaking Korean, Cheska in English, and Cao Lu translating it in Chinese. The last video, "Kkuljaem", was uploaded on October 24, 2013.
It is a five-minute program resembled to a radio show, airing for five days.
- Hong, Grace Danbi (2014-03-18). "[Video] Orange Caramel Teaches You How to Dance the 'Catallena' Way". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 2016-03-09.