Regular Team Members

Are you interested in helping the English team? We can always use extra help, especially with the news, keeping artist files up to date, and writing reviews of both old and new releases.

Working for KoME mostly involves researching and writing, although extra duties may also including adding items and tracklists to the database. No knowledge of HTML or coding is required. If you can understand and translate Korean then that would be a huge plus, but it is not a necessary requirement for joining the team.

What is necessary, however, is that you have the time to be part of the KoME team. We do not expect you to be able to work on KoME every single day, but regular work and frequent contact with other team members is expected. Deadlines are often quite flexible but it is necessary that you are still able to meet them in good time.

You also need to be able to work well with other people, and have an interest in different aspects of Korean music, as well as the desire to learn more.

If you're interested, you can let us know here. Please include a little information about yourself, what sort of artists you're into, why you want to join the team, and what your 'ambitions' are about working for KoME.

"Freelance" reviewers

KoME is also searching for freelance reviewers!

Our goal is to review each item in our database, in order to become the #1 stop for fans looking for Korean music reviews. It will also allow us to offer a more complete experience to our users.

If you think you're able to review items professionally and from a neutral standpoint, then please feel free to send in some of your work. If we deem it good enough, we'll post it on our site. We will only be posting one review per CD/DVD, so jump on the ones you'd like to review early! However, if you have a review that TOTALLY contradicts an existing one and you think the release in question deserves a SECOND OPINION, you may send one in so that we can give our readers two different opinions.

To see which items have been reviewed, just go to the artist page in question and check the reviews page.

You can choose the format yourself: you can review the item song by song, or as a whole. You can both praise or criticise an item, but please try to expand on why you feel a certain way about it. You also need to keep in mind that the review has to be suitable for both fans and record companies.

When submitting your review, please include the name you would like to be credited under, and let us know if you have any problems with us displaying your email address next to your name in the review.

Send your reviews (or any questions about them) via our contact form.