V-LIVE to Official Close at the End of the Year on December 31

V-LIVE to Official Close at the End of the Year on December 31

On October 31, VLIVE officially announced the termination of service. VLIVE posted the following message: 

Hello, this is VLIVE.

We would like to thank all our members for using our V LIVE service, a live broadcast show that features stars and fans. This notice is to inform you that V LIVE will end its service on December 31, 2022. To clarify any misunderstanding about using it in the future, please read the detailed information below concerning the termination of the service.

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[Scope of service termination] All announced services that include video/image/text service provided by V LIVE will be ended. All rights purchased through V LIVE as content rental/ownership vouchers will expire.


VLIVE is a streaming service that launched in 2015, where Kpop artists communicate with fans through talks, concerts, fan club content, and other various activities. Operations will be transferred to Weverse Company. Around 60 artists have already shifted to the Weverse platform, and, their VLIVE content will be migrated into the Weverse platform. Artists who have not made Weverse accounts will lose the content on the VLIVE platform when it ceases operations. 

As many groups are on hiatus or disbanded, they have not or can not create Weverse accounts, thus their content will be erased, to the dismay of many Kpop fans. Therefore, many fans have created archives to save the content of the artists.

KpopWise has compiled a list of archived VLIVE content and will continue to update and organize it throughout the remainder of the year. We greatly appreciate any contributions and links to achieves.

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005. She co-founded the international music website TuneN2IM in May 2009, an outlet for artists all over the globe to promote their works, including interviews with various Korean singers, songwriters and producers. She was also a contributor to various Asian media websites. Her bias group is VIXX. She is largely a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up on the current acts. twitter

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