Woosung is a Korean-American musician, singer, songwriter, and composer, best known for being the vocalist and electric guitarist of South Korean band The Rose. Debuting in 2017 with soft-rock hit “Sorry,” The Rose was named one of the “New K-Pop Artists to Watch” by Billboard. They subsequently broke into the top 10 of Billboard’s “Next Big Sound,” “World Digital Song Sales” and “World Albums” charts with extended plays Dawn and Void, the latter of which also hit #1 on the U.S. iTunes’ K-Pop Albums chart, solidifying the band’s dominance in being one of the fastest accelerating artists across the internet. As the frontman of The Rose, Woosung made his solo debut in 2019 with EP Wolf, and its title single, “Face,” quickly racked up nearly 20 million views on YouTube. In 2020, Woosung lent his vocals to the original soundtrack of award-winning K-drama series Itaewon Class. A multifaceted performer, Woosung has since established his own independent label.
James “Dash” Patterson is the lead on-air host for Riot Games’ League Championship Series (LCS) in North America and one of the most respected voices in esports.
James is known for both his ability to break-down the game and wrangle the other talent on the analyst desk, while also bringing a sense of comedic timing and a natural connection to talent in his interviews.
Born and raised in Los Angeles County, Emily is an actress, television host, fashion and cosplay model, and entrepreneur. Most recently in 2020, Emily was cast as a series regular TV host for Venn programs (Twitch, Riot Games, Gamestop). In addition, she founded and launched a jewelry company called Kapsul, in partnership with notable K-Pop idols in Seoul.
Her credits include Venn TV, Adidas, Bape, Fear of God, Shiseido, Puma, Algenist, Bait, Too Faced, Fenty Beauty, and Urban Decay. Emily will make her theatrical film debut in the upcoming indie psychological thriller, Alaska.
When she is not working, Emily spends her free time playing video games, writing music, and perfecting her Spanish, Korean, and Japanese language skills. Emily is a graduate of UCLA and is fluent in Chinese (Mandarin).
Nick Nayersina is originally from Chicago, IL and now based in Los Angeles, CA. Like many, Nick’s love for writing music started at a young age. While he’s been writing and singing qfor over a decade, it wasn’t until 2019 that Nick began releasing original music as an independent artist. One of his more recent singles, “Bonnie & Clyde”, recently surpassed 75k plays on Spotify.
Nick’s music has been described as a mixture of pop and contemporary R&B. He names artists like Lauv, 24kGoldn, Kid Laroi, and Iann Dior as musical influences.
Nick boosts nearly 22k followers and over 180k views across social media platforms like Youtube, Instagram, and Tik-Tok. He is currently working on his debut EP album.