K-Town (web series)

K-Town is an American reality television series about the lives of a group of young Asian Americans living in Los Angeles' Koreatown. The cast is mostly of Korean descent, with the exception of Scarlet Chan (who is of Chinese descent).[1][2][3][4][5][6] The show ran for two seasons.

Directed byEugene Choi, Eddie Kim, and Mike Le
Creative directorsEugene Choi, Eddie Kim, and Mike Le
StarringCammy Chung, Christine Chang, Jasmine Chang, Joe Cha, Jowe Lee, Scarlet Chan, Steve Kim, Violet Kim, Young Lee, So Young Park
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes17
Executive producersTyrese Gibson, Eugene Choi, Eddie Kim, Mike Le, Evan Bregman, Tony DiSanto, Liz Gateley, Benjamin Silverman
ProducersJerry Chan, Morrow Pettigrew
Production locationsLos Angeles, California
CinematographyRay Huang, Aaron Torres, Jon Peter
EditorsJerry Chan, Peter Samet
Camera setupRay Huang, Aaron Torres, Jon Peter, Kacper Skowron
Running timeabout 22 minutes per episode
Production companiesElectus, HQ Pictures
Original networkLOUD
Original releaseJuly 11, 2012 (2012-07-11) –
January 9, 2013 (2013-01-09)
Followed byRoll Models
External links
Production website

The series is directed by Eugene Choi, Eddie Kim and Mike Le, produced by Choi, Kim, Le as well as Tyrese Gibson and Jerry Chan, edited by Jerry Chan, with cinematography from Ray Huang, Aaron Torres and Jon Peter.

The series originally cast Jennifer Field and Peter Le, a known webcam personality which was reported by the press initially but was replaced by Jowe Lee and Cammy Chung before the show aired.


  • Cammy Chung (Season 1)
  • Christine Chang (Season 2)
  • Julian Cheang
  • Jasmine Chang
  • Joe Cha
  • Jowe Lee
  • Scarlet Chan
  • Steve Kim
  • Violet Kim
  • Young Lee
  • So Young Park


  1. ^ Jeff Yang (2012-07-17). "Tough Times for Tiger Moms as Asian-America Meets 'Jersey Shore'". The Wall Street Journal.
  2. ^ Adrian Glick Kudler (2012-05-22). "Preview the K-Town Reality Show Premiering This Summer". Curbed.
  3. ^ Doug Berry. "Asian-American Jersey Shore Finally Airs — But Not on TV". Jezebel.com.
  4. ^ Michelle No (2012-11-27). "K-Town Debuts Second Season Cue Rejoicing And Moans". Los Angeles Magazine.
  5. ^ Sylvie Kim (2012-07-16). ""Korean Jersey Shore" Finally Debuts ... Straight to YouTube". SFWeekly.
  6. ^ "'K-Town' Reality Show: Korean-American 'Jersey Shore' Hits YouTube". Huffington Post. 2012-07-18.

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