Popular K-Pop Song Writer Reveals He Used To Make Money Translating Porn

K-Pop songwriter Kiggen (who has written for artists like Cross Gene and Block B) revealed he once translated Japanese porn for a living.

In a recent episode of Video Star, he first revealed that he was a third generation Japanese-Korean.

When he moved to Seoul, he had to look for a job for his livelihood, when luckily, someone in “audio entertainment” approached him and offered him a job.

Kiggen received a USB from them and found that it was loaded with pornographic videos.

The person told Kiggen that if he translated one video, he would pay him a certain amount of money.

He decided to translate them, in which one video usually took about 10 minutes to fully translate.

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On some days, he translated up to 20 videos in one sitting, but it took a toll on his mental state.

Who knew such a popular songwriter once had to translate pornographic videos for a living!

Source: Dispatch

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