B.I Makes the Cover of Hit!Magazine, Brazil's First Printed K-pop Magazine


Brazilian South Korean pop culture fans can celebrate! 

Hit!Magazine will be released by Perfil Brasil in the beginning of March in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. 

With an unprecedented magazine model in the country, Hit!Magazine aims to bring South Korean artists closer to the Brazilian audience through exclusive content, photos, interviews, posters, and more. 

In partnership with Angela Mach and 131 Label, the magazine brings the Korean soloist B.I as the cover artist of its first edition, with photos, posters, and an exclusive interview with the singer.

With more than 10 years of experience in the South Korean entertainment business, CEO and founder Carolina Steinert brings all her expertise on the subject, together with Vice President and Head of Marketing Beatriz Goes and a team composed of 25 people from various parts of Brazil, with solid experience in the field.


"The public who likes Korean pop music (K-Pop) loves to collect, and it's no wonder that physical album sales exceed expectations in the music market, always breaking new records, as well as sales of light sticks, magazines, cards and other collectibles. Therefore, even with the technological evolution of the media, we still invest in this type of media.

Another concern that motivated us is that fans of this genre have a hard time buying official foreign magazines with their favorite K-pop artists on the cover, and we want Hit! to be a direct bridge between South Korea and Brazil.''


Priced at R$29.90, Hit!Magazine promises to warm the hearts of fans of hallyu culture by reviving the nostalgia of having in printed and collectible editions favorite contents such as: exclusive interviews with Korean artists, Korean cuisine, fashion inspired by k-dramas and K-Pop, K-beauty, among others.

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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