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being: peter kim
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expatriates and the patriots
minority report: chapter 3
life’s rich pageant
beat the algorithm
predictions: from trash to treasure
cannes lions 2015: the next ten years of social media
ten years of being peter kim
so long, seoul
everyone has a mobile; everyone is on kakaotalk.
korea is rewriting history, literally.
you keep using that word; i do not think it means what you think it means.
if the unicorns die, we should all be worried
the chinese financial crisis: danger or opportunity?
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transferwise is the best option for normal people to transfer money across borders.
contactless payments are a thing.
the next ten years of social media
peter kim
everyone has a mobile; everyone is on kakaotalk.
korea is rewriting history, literally.
you keep using that word; i do not think it means what you think it means.
1. here we go again.
2. capital contagion
3. who’s the boss?
4. what, me worry?
crisis: 危

danger: 危
opportunity: 机
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you can usually withdraw money from any atm without a fee.
the tax year starts on 6 april.
you need an annual £145.50 ($180) tv license.
mobile phone pricing is competitive.
transferwise is the best option for normal people to transfer money across borders.
contactless payments are a thing.
the next ten years of social media
peter kim
everyone has a mobile; everyone is on kakaotalk.
korea is rewriting history, literally.
you keep using that word; i do not think it means what you think it means.
1. here we go again.
2. capital contagion
3. who’s the boss?
4. what, me worry?
crisis: 危

danger: 危
opportunity: 机
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cost you 6p to 51p https://www.gov.uk/call-charges
you can withdraw money from almost any uk atm without paying additional bank fees https://www.quora.com/why-dont-banks-charge-atm-fees-in-london
6 april 2016 to 5 april 2017 https://www.gov.uk/self-assessment-tax-returns/deadlines
check whether you need one http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/check-if-you-need-one
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minority report: chapter 3 https://www.beingpeterkim.com/2016/09/minority-report-chapter-3.html
an expat in seoul http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2014/06/following-footsteps.html
repatriated to new york http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2015/12/so-long-seoul.html
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the best ads of 2015 http://www.theguardian.com/media-network/2015/dec/04/best-ads-advertising-2015-favourite
http://www.nytimes.com/newsgraphics/2015/nytvr/ http://www.nytimes.com/newsgraphics/2015/nytvr/
http://www.theguardian.com/media/2015/oct/20/new-york-times-google-nyt-vr-cardboard-virtual-reality http://www.theguardian.com/media/2015/oct/20/new-york-times-google-nyt-vr-cardboard-virtual-reality
won a cannes lions grand prix award http://adage.com/article/special-report-cannes-lions/york-times-ge-mini-vr-work-wins-mobile-grand-prix/304639/
mobile category for its vr efforts http://www.canneslionsarchive.com/winners/entry/774924/nyt-vr
diversity http://www.adweek.com/news/advertising-branding/gary-vaynerchuk-apologizes-cannes-party-invite-seeking-attractive-females-only-172163
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cannes lions 2015: the next ten years of social media https://www.beingpeterkim.com/2016/06/cannes-lions-social-media.html
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ten years of being peter kim https://www.beingpeterkim.com/2016/02/ten-years-of-being-peter-kim.html
after a year and a half in seoul http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2015/12/so-long-seoul.html
the post that explains how i got into blogging http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2006/01/how_i_learned_t.html
for sale: a craigslist story
http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2014/05/a-craigslist-story.html
my week as an uberx driver
http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2014/03/my-week-as-an-uberx-driver.html
everyday digital in korea
http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2014/12/everyday-digital-korea.html
minority report http://www.beingpeterkim.com/minority-report/
here’s what $334.75 of @target fraud looks like
http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2013/11/heres-what-33475-of-target-fraud-looks-like.html
articles about startup life that i’ve found interesting. http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2013/09/startup-life.html
from typepad to wordpress http://www.beingpeterkim.com/2014/04/typepad-to-wordpress.html
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so long, seoul https://www.beingpeterkim.com/2015/12/so-long-seoul.html
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ceo of the barbarian group http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/264548/peter-kim-new-ceo-at-barbarian-group.html
history textbooks are being rewritten under government supervision http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/13/world/asia/south-korea-to-issue-state-history-textbooks-rejecting-private-publishers.html
coffee shops on every corner http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20151224001098
heated toilet seats http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/19/fashion/the-cult-of-the-toto-toilet.html
minority report http://www.beingpeterkim.com/minority-report/
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if the unicorns die, we should all be worried https://www.beingpeterkim.com/2015/11/unicorns.html
departed google for even bigger and better things at new-economy company facebook http://techcrunch.com/2008/03/04/facebook-hires-googles-sheryl-sandberg-as-coo/
boomerang http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/27/books/boomerang-by-michael-lewis-review.html
teacher retirement system of texas http://www.trs.state.tx.us/info.jsp?submenu=about&page_id=/about/about_trs
- http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-27/look-who-s-meeting-in-tahrir-square-conference-room-names-reach-for-freedom
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the chinese financial crisis: danger or opportunity? https://www.beingpeterkim.com/2015/09/chinese-crisis-danger-opportunity.html
only one in 30 chinese citizens owns stock http://ftalphaville.ft.com/2015/08/25/2138457/why-chinas-stock-market-implosion-might-not-be-very-meaningful/
novice day traders http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/07/business/dealbook/chinese-mom-and-pop-investors-who-borrowed-are-hit-hard.html
marketing magazine http://www.marketingmagazine.co.uk/article/1361691/danger-opportunity-chinas-financial-crisis-means-brands
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skip to contentbeing: peter kimsocial business and beyond. menuabout mespeakingpresswritingsubscribecontact expatriates and the patriots expat living in london is easy. but of course, not everything in the uk is the same as the us, beyond the typically cited differences. expat living in london is easy. almost everyone speaks english, you can watch westworld on sky atlantic, and ocado brings groceries right to your front door. however, this isn’t enough for some people. in which case starbucks inhabits every other corner of the city and nfl gamepass allows you to watch “american” football teams like the new england patriots, live every sunday evening. the incessant spread of capitalism has created a commercial monoculture in which an expat can find the comforts of home, until realising that the sameness is terribly boring.of course, not everything in the uk is the same as the us, beyond the typically cited differences: driving on the left instead of right side of the road, replacing many z’s with s’s, boris johnson’s hair vs. donald trump’s hair, et al. if you haven’t lived in the uk, you might not know that:you often pay for consumer service calls.i needed to change the mailing address on my british airways executive club membership from new york to london. this wasn’t possible online due to technical difficulties on ba’s side. after exhausting all free options, i called the service center. about £15 later, my account address was finally changed. “business rate numbers” can cost you 6p to 51p.you can usually withdraw money from any atm without a fee.on a more consumer-friendly note, when you have a uk bank account you can withdraw money from almost any uk atm without paying additional bank fees. this is unlike the us where you might go to a bank’s atm advertising “free” withdrawals, only to have your own bank charge you a $1 or $2 service charge. i was surprised to find that even the atms at heathrow airport — which seems like a place ripe for price-gouging — were indeed free of service fees.the tax year starts on 6 april.the current tax year runs from 6 april 2016 to 5 april 2017. not the calendar year. it’s been this way since 1800.you need an annual £145.50 ($180) tv license.you can check whether you need one, but basically if you intend on watching a moving picture on any screen, you need to pay £145.50 every year to the government. while this may seem odd to americans who are used to watching pbs for free (and taking this for granted), the visibility of this fee seems to make many uk residents defensive and proud of the diverse programming the bbc offers.mobile phone pricing is competitive.i pay £60 ($75) per month for a wireless data/text/minutes plan for four iphones that cost $160 from at&t for similar service levels. the uk and us have roughly the same number of large carriers, but regulation seems to have reduced prices more in the uk consumer’s favor.transferwise is the best option for normal people to transfer money across borders.despite the number of britons who live and work abroad, banks still charge hefty fees on foreign currency transfers. some of these are transparent (e.g. “wire fee”), but there are absolutely hidden costs buried in unfavorable exchange rates. i’ve found that transferwise is the best option for getting rates close to public quotes, wth clearly outlined fees.contactless payments are a thing.in the u.s., it appears that chip-based credit card transactions have finally caught on. however, some retailers i visited over the holidays had handmade signs over their chip readers indicating that cards could only be swiped. but just when the us seems to be catching up, the uk is already far ahead as chip-and-pin payments are ubiquitous and contactless is accepted almost everywhere you’d need it — the underground and fast food outlets, in particular.life as an expat is full of looking for similarities and appreciating differences; for americans, life in the uk can lull one into a false sense of familiarity, which is when frustration or something a pleasant surprise usually finds you in situations like these.share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 3 january 201714 march 2017categories minority reporttags expat, london, ukleave a comment on expatriates and the patriots minority report: chapter 3 in mid-2014, i left austin to work and live as an expat in seoul. in late 2015, i repatriated to new york. now, it’s time to start a new chapter of the minority report, this time across the atlantic ocean in london.i’m taking on a new role at lego, leading digital consumer engagement. i grew up with lego and everyone i meet has positive impressions of the brand. starting today, i’ll be leading our global team to help connect with individuals and build the brand across digital channels.so we brenter in the midst of brexit, trading pennies for pence, at&t for bt, chelsea for chelsea, and so on. let chapter 3 commence.share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 12 september 20168 september 2016categories career, minority reporttags expat, london, uk6 comments on minority report: chapter 3 life’s rich pageant i took over as ceo of barbarian group in december 2015, tasked with turning an agency around that was in worse shape than anyone (i.e. executives, employees, clients, media, auditors, holding company) realized.despite the beating that the agency has taken in the media, the actions we’ve taken over the past three quarters have allowed the agency to continue producing great work for global brands and left the financials cleaner and more transparent than they’ve been for many years.with this phase of transformation complete, i made the decision to separate from the barbarian group and cheil worldwide. businesses require different management styles depending on the challenges they face — one size fits all doesn’t work. now tbg needs a new leader to take its cleaned-up slate and write a new future into reality. will it be awesome? for all of the barbarians still on board, i hope so.one more thing: don’t believe everything you read in the trades. many articles are tipped by people with personal agendas and written for today’s gawker-engendered media environment, designed to maximize clicks, shares, and gossip. the truth is out there, but only half of it will ever make agency spy.and now my watch at tbg has ended. time to begin the begin.share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 1 september 20161 september 2016categories careertags awesome, tbg12 comments on life’s rich pageant beat the algorithm it’s election season and impossible to escape round-the-clock coverage of everything the candidates do. if you’ve already decided on your choice for november, you might prefer to consume your content from a partisan source. most online platforms claim neutrality and an unbiased presentation of content…except for the fact that your own actions (e.g. likes, shares, click-throughs, time spent) signal what you prefer, which results in a more relevant – and biased – feed. to see just how stark of a difference this can become, visit blue feed, red feed.a few years ago while doing research for a client, i found some strangely dissonant reviews on tripadvisor, like this:the reviewer had great things to say about the hotel and rated all six elements as “excellent,” yet the overall rating is one circle, which means “terrible.” if you look at the other one circle ratings, you can see language that’s more expected: “disappointing,” “ridiculously bad service,” “horrible experience.” if you want to understand the worst about this property, you’re going to see this review and maybe write it off, but maybe think twice about the others.when individuals share content on social media, facebook in particular, it’s filtered for relevance. when people share the latest political update in support of their candidate or in rejection of the other, the posts are always going to be “preaching to the choir.” campaigns woke up to the power of digital and social media during the 2004 election and have refined strategies since then to fundraise and get out the vote.so after 12 years, why are we still seeing what’s expected, rather than operatives who can game the system effectively? where are the tactics like that one circle review that shows up where you’d least expect it – and where it’s not supposed to be? maybe facebook would simply filter out dissonant content as clickbait and does already. i try to follow a wide sample of sources, but can see that filters still limit discourse. maybe there is no way to beat the algorithm. we helped create it and now it’s in control.share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 4 august 20164 august 2016categories current affairs, social mediatags filters, politicsleave a comment on beat the algorithm predictions: from trash to treasure usually, year end “what’s next in marketing” predictions are a bunch of bs. last november, i was asked to contribute thoughts to a roundup of the best ads of 2015. here’s what i wrote:“my favorite advertisement of 2015 was the new york times declaring that it’s not dead yet. its promotion with google cardboard, mini, and ge to launch the nyt virtual reality application was a pioneering step forward for a brand built in a different era. enough with emoji, femvertising, and consumer generated everything. nyt vr is an idea that moves people forward in a medium built for now.http://www.nytimes.com/newsgraphics/2015/nytvr/ or http://www.theguardian.com/media/2015/oct/20/new-york-times-google-nyt-vr-cardboard-virtual-reality“unfortunately, my thoughts didn’t make it past the cutting room floor, perhaps because i didn’t choose a 30-second spot. however, the new york times just won a cannes lions grand prix award in the mobile category for its vr efforts. the entire marketing world should’ve seen this coming.marketers and their agencies need to start thinking differently about a lot of issues — including diversity, renumeration, and what’s “best” — before the answers become too obvious to miss. there’s always next year, right?share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 23 june 20161 july 2016categories advertising, marketingtags #canneslionsleave a comment on predictions: from trash to treasure cannes lions 2015: the next ten years of social media with cannes lions just around the corner, i revisited my presentation from last summer. so i guess it’s now “the next nine years of social media.” the next ten years of social media from peter kimthe ten trends for the next decade:goneshoppablesnackableautomatedconnectivefilteredintegratedchinesesubcutaneousempoweringfor a summary of coverage and media takeaways from the speech, click here.share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 9 june 20169 june 2016categories conferences, social mediatags #canneslions, social medialeave a comment on cannes lions 2015: the next ten years of social media ten years of being peter kim last week marked ten years of existence for this blog. i set a reminder in ical but i missed the actual date because i was busy with things. like my new job after moving to new york after a year and a half in seoul. and finishing up at the office in time to make it home for dinner. so i forgot to write a post on the actual “blogiversary.”if you weren’t around for the early days of this blog, you didn’t miss much. maybe the post that explains how i got into blogging would be an interesting read. most of the other stuff was written in a different age of social media. however, if you’re interested in reading some posts that i enjoyed writing, here are some off the top of my head:for sale: a craigslist story a true story involving text messages, an honorable military woman, and a volcano.my week as an uberx driver a first-person journey into the collaborative economy.everyday digital in korea part of the minority reporthere’s what $334.75 of @target fraud looks like a couple of months ago, i noticed a string of fraudulent charges on my credit card. someone had used my credit card number to complete five transactions within 13 minutes at the target cityplace dallas. here’s what they bought.articles about startup life that i’ve found interesting.a couple years ago i switched platforms from typepad to wordpress for long-term stability. wp engine isn’t cheap, so if you’ve made it this far, maybe click on a banner ad to help me celebrate a decade of blogging!share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 7 february 201622 june 2016categories admin, weblogsleave a comment on ten years of being peter kim so long, seoul my life as an expat in seoul ends…for now. after 18 months, my life as an expat has come to an end. in january, i’ll be returning to the u.s. as ceo of the barbarian group.some final observations on life in korea:everyone has a mobile; everyone is on kakaotalk.kakaotalk is a way of life, just for communicating with friends, colleagues, clients, and beyond. the app auto-adds users based on numbers in your phone, so i ended up with friends ranging from the ceo to the lady who reads my gas meter.korea is rewriting history, literally.koreans are proud of the rapid ascent of their economy, especially after the 1998 imf crisis. the phrase “never been done before” is one that’s often used to describe the country’s recent history, the only nation that has gone from imf loan recipient to donor. however, these days history is being revised as history textbooks are being rewritten under government supervision. everything moves quickly and changes often here, not just pop culture and fashion trends.you keep using that word; i do not think it means what you think it means.a lot of english words have made their way into the korean language, mostly because there aren’t words to describe unfamiliar objects or concepts. a few in particular that took some getting used to include “service” (in a restaurant, getting something for free; not being waited on), “digital” (something new; not necessarily tech-based), and “beyond” (more; not an evolution from, but more akin to incremental progress).so long, coffee shops on every corner. so long, paying on your way out at restaurants. so long, ubiquitous high-speed internet. so long, televised epl and mlb games featuring korean-born players. so long, yellow dust. so long, für elise alerts. so long, heated toilet seats. so long, seoul.(for earlier posts in this series, read the minority report.)share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 31 december 201522 june 2016categories minority reporttags expat, seoulleave a comment on so long, seoul if the unicorns die, we should all be worried 1. here we go again.during the dot-com boom of the late 1990s, it seemed like everyone who worked at a “traditional” company was waiting for the right opportunity to leave and join a startup. many did. for example, george shaheen left andersen consulting to join webvan. lou dobbs left cnn for space.com. they wanted to be like jeff bezos, who had left a job in investment banking five years earlier to start amazon.com.it’s happening again in the social era. perhaps sheryl sandberg should be our archetype, having departed google for even bigger and better things at new-economy company facebook. individuals are getting rich quickly again and a lot of people want in on the action. plenty of people are leaving agencies in search of unicorns and startup riches.2. capital contagionin michael lewis’s 2012 book boomerang,  we learn about how national economies are connected on a global level, hearing stories from greece, iceland, and ireland leading up to the 2008 recession.the lesson should be obvious, but in case it isn’t: despite nationalist pride, economies are all connected. even after 2008, we learned in summer 2015 that a greek debt default would still have hugely negative implications on the euro. the decline of the chinese stock market and yuan devaluation also sent ripples worldwide.  america is not immune.3. who’s the boss?in 2010, my austin, texas-based startup held a meetup/recruiting event at a rainey street bar. about an hour into the evening, i met a guy named caleb who was quick to mention that he knew all of our company’s executives and investors. later, he started ordering people to get him drinks because he was “their boss.”it turns out that caleb was a junior accountant with the teacher retirement system of texas (trs). trs is one of the largest pension funds in the u.s. and like many others puts its capital to work in venture capital funds. although trs wasn’t even an investor in the austin ventures fund that bankrolled my startup, we invited caleb to subsequent parties for comedic value. he never showed up again.4. what, me worry?startup fever is at an all-time high, driven by greed, envy, and ego. pride comes before the fall and lately companies are trying to back down before it’s too late.however, even if you’re an “underground man” and find solace in not having wasted your time and energy at a failed startup, don’t get smug too soon. the ripple effect of a dying unicorn to venture capitalists to fund investors to individuals seeking returns for short-term income rather than long-term growth will impact you and the economy that you live and work in, regardless of nationality, industry, or speciality.share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 23 november 201523 november 2015categories culture at largetags ego, startup, unicorn1 comment on if the unicorns die, we should all be worried the chinese financial crisis: danger or opportunity? crisis: 危机china’s stock market has been in global headlines for the past two months as share prices have lost all of this year’s gains and uncertainty remains over what lies ahead. a financial crisis in the world’s second largest economy certainly warrants the attention of marketers, who must determine what impact the situation might have on their brands and regional operating strategy.in chinese, the word for crisis is “危机,” or “weiji.” the word is a combination of two characters: danger and opportunity. the current crisis in the chinese stock market illustrates the need to take both perspectives.danger: 危on one hand, it would be easy to dismiss the current situation as a fringe concern, only impacting the cash flow of small number of investors. after all, according to some estimates only one in 30 chinese citizens owns stock. despite the portrayals in western media of novice day traders: retirees, at-home parents, and office workers on smoke breaks, only a small percentage of people have actually lost money. even new investors who have only been in the market since the start of the year are back to break-even. however, there is real risk lurking beneath the surface: chinese consumer confidence might drop in response to the market movement, resulting in fewer goods purchased and triggering a long-feared economic slow-down. moreover, with the recent devaluation of the yuan, foreign brands have suddenly become relatively more expensive in china. this double-threat danger to brands requires revisiting growth forecasts through the end of year and for 2016 planning.opportunity: 机however, smart brands must seek the other side of crisis, which is opportunity. in recent years china has been the largest contributor to global gdp growth and remains a market with huge potential for foreign brands. “singles day,” coming up on november 11th, is still the world’s single largest e-commerce sales day and twice as big as the u.s.’s “cyber monday.” chinese social network services (sns) are still growing and more active than ever, as evidenced by discussion of current market events; brands must still determine how to incorporate youku, weibo, and wechat into integrated communication strategies. finally, e-commerce giants have started to expand beyond borders, offering foreign brands easier access to china’s us$670 billion e-commerce market. for example, jd.com has started to open locally-focused portals in countries like south korea to facilitate the distribution of small and medium brands into the chinese market.one lesson that we have all learned over the past decade is that any country-focused economic crisis can have a global impact, whether iceland, greece, or now china. with the lessons of history in mind, marketers should to keep calm and carry on…with caution. by keeping a clear head and being ready for quick action, brands will be able to benefit from both sides of this crisis, minimizing danger and maximizing opportunity.[an edited version of this post appeared last week in marketing magazine.]share:twitterfacebooklinkedinemailmoregooglereddittumblrprintpinterestpocket author peter kimposted on 1 september 201530 august 2015categories chinatags china, crisis, 危机leave a comment on the chinese financial crisis: danger or opportunity? posts navigationpage 1 page 2 … page 102 next page about mespeakingpresswritingsubscribecontact being: peter kim proudly powered by wordpress send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please try again sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.


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