“AAA” Marketing

Pinoy Seoul Media Enterprise is a tech startup based in South Korea which established effective leads generation projects in Philippines, Vietnam, and Myanmar with "AAA Marketing" goal orientated strategy.


WHAT WE DO

Advertising brings in customers, but word-of-mouth brings in the best customers.
Pinoy Seoul provides you in-depth conceptualization with realistic strategies to connect you to the right customers in South East Asia region.

VISION

Pinoy Seoul Media Enterprise aims to be the premiere gateway
that will provide brand development services for international companies
in the region of South East Asia.

PROJECTS

As your digital marketing consultant who understands the “customer funnel,”
we offer strategy, implementation, optimization, and training across your multi-channel marketing activity
to increase visibility, traffic, and conversion— maximizing your return on investment.

Pinoy Seoul Media Enterprise's flagship projects

  • Pinoy Store


    Online Pinoy-Store launched for Filipino Community in Korea



    Pinoy Store, an e-commerce platform where Korean-based Filipinos could buy authentic Filipino products through their mobile phones was launched by Nash Ang and the team behind PinoySeoul.com, an online portal for Filipinos in Korea.

    Just this May 2019, Korean-based Pinoy actor/director Ang, also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Pinoy Seoul Enterprise met up with Gongju Pinoy Store, the official Philippine products distributor for Pinoy Store at Seoul Global Startup Center for the social media management and logistics operations.

    Nash describes the Filipino community in Korea to be somewhat different from its neighboring Asian countries. “We don’t have nannies or domestic helpers here,” he explained.

    “During the early ’90s, there was a rise in the number of Pinoy expat entertainers in Korea but nightclubbing became less popular because of the lifestyle shift. Most Filipinos here are either factory workers or students. Pinays are usually married to Koreans. Approximately 60,000 Filipinos live here making it Korea’s third-largest expat community, next to China and Vietnam,” Ang added.

    “Pinoys here are longing for Filipino products and when they see local goods that they remember cooking and eating from the Philippines, they readily patronize them associating them with memories back home,” said Nash.

    The e-commerce platform is now operational . The web version is viewable by visiting https://store.pinoyseoul.com. The Android mobile application is now on its beta release and downloadable in the Google Play Store by clicking the image below.

  • Seoul Shop


  • PinoySeoul.com


    PinoySeoul.com is featured in The Korea Times, South Korea's leading newspaper on January 7, 2018. Nash Ang, founder of Pinoy Seoul leads the interview. 


      


    Pinoy site launches in Seoul

    By John Redmond

    A website aimed to provide useful facts and information about life in Korea for members of the Filipino community was launched recently in Seoul by Philippine national Nash Ang.

    Titled PinoySeoul.com, the site in both English and Tagalog covers a diverse range of topics and information relevant to Filipinos living, studying and working in Korea.

    The site also features local and overseas news, scholarship program information, travel advice and articles put together by the Filipino community. Ang, a former scholarship recipient for a master's degree program in film at Korea National University of Arts, spoke with The Korea Times about the site and the Filipino community in Korea.

    When did you start PinoySeoul.com?

    I started PinoySeoul.com while working as an International Correspondent of Seoul City Government though Seoul Global Center in 2017. Prior to this, I was a scholarship recipient of masters in film at Korea National University of Arts and somewhat a successful artist. I traveled to film events across the world, to attend festivals and receive awards... even to North Korea! When I was assigned to be the eye of the Filipino community in Seoul, I realized I should give back the roots that helped me progress where I am now.

    What are your aims for the site?

    As a graduate of mass communication from the Philippines, my goal for PinoySeoul.com is to be the main communication bridge of Filipinos to Korea. Korea is not just about K-pop and tearjerker dramas. I want to show what Korea has to offer to hardworking Filipino workers and future leaders. As of now, the website's content caters to Filipinos living in Korea. I plan to expand it to help Filipinos who have interest in Korea across the world.

    How are people responding to it?

    For half a year of its operation, the response in the Filipino community is enormous. The PinoySeoul.com Facebook page has more than 5,000 likes, Twitter has almost 10,000 followers and the website itself has an average 500 visitors a day.

    Tell me a little about the Pinoy community.

    The Pinoy community in Korea somewhat differs on neighboring Asian countries. We don't have nannies or domestic helpers here. In the early 1990s, there was a surge of Filipino expat entertainers but lifestyle changes in Korea made the nightclub industry less popular. Most Filipinos here are working in a factory, students or women married to Koreans. Approximately 60,000 Filipinos live here which made it Korea's third-largest expat community, next to China and Vietnam. 

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    • Building:SGSC
    • KR Address:한강로3가 1-1
    • KR Phone:010-3135-1950
    • USA Phone:+1 260 300 0550
    • Email:admin@pinoyseoul.com

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