LOS ANGELES – (AFTERNOON PRAYER) – JibJab, a leading independent provider of emotional content through branded satires, greetings cards and messages, has expanded its flagship entertainment package just in time for the holidays with the release of the personalized K-Pop music video his latest, featuring Jamie Park’s global singing sensation. Jamie is a South Korean singer, songwriter and television host and is best known as the winner of the first season of “K-pop Star” and a former member of the voice duo 15 &.
This is JibJab’s second study into K-Pop-specific content since the 2017 release of “Gangnam Style.” The “5 Languages of Christmas” music video is available free to K-Pop and / or holiday music fans on the JibJab website and apps and Jamie’s official video can be viewed.
“The K-Pop music industry has taken America by storm and I am thrilled to be offering this video to South Korean, American and other global fans Jamie the free season these days, ”said JibJab CEO Paul Hanges. “JibJab has had a fantastic year exploring new content and production opportunities, and this release is the perfect icing on the cake for us as we close out 2020. I want to continue to explore more opportunities with the K-Pop community as well as other international entertainment venues in the future. ”
Per lab.fm, “’5 Languages of Christmas’ fell alongside a sweet video that follows Park as she spends the holidays with her boyfriend. They throw a party at a hotel full of heart-shaped balloons, twinkling lights and streamers, and they also do a dance-shaped dance. ”
Check out JibJab’s “5 Languages of Christmas” video + Jamie Park.
JibJab is a leading independent provider of emotionally charged content through brand satires, e-cards, and messaging. JibJab products enable millions of people to create and share personal videos to celebrate holidays, capture moments, or just share funny greetings. From the flagship JibJab E-Cards, Music Videos, and GIFs, the company has been promoting new forms of digital sports since it was founded by two brothers in a Brooklyn garage in 1999. Now established In Los Angeles, California, the studio is home to world-class artists, technologists and businessmen working hard to achieve the mission of “making billions of people happy.”