Everybody Wants To Feel Safe w/ Popperz (Steve Han)
Feeling unsafe? There's a pill (and bodyguard) for that! On this episode of "How's LA?", Jake interviews celebrity bodyguard Popperz (@steyonceknowles). Topics include non-violent conflict resolution, numerous run ins with the cast and crew of Beverly Hills Chihuahua, cheese preferences and more!Theme song by Danny KelleherArtwork by Sean McGuireAd segment by Lucas PrizantProduced by Ben HertelThis podcast is a part of Audio Mint. If you want to follow us, check us out on Instagram (@audiomintchi) or on Facebook. If you want to support us even more, check out our Patreon by searching Audio Mint on the app or the website.
This week, Tim has gone Suburban Commando and is living it up in his home town for the summer. Dan and Tim talk Siren Head and the unsettling nature, but ultimately not super scary (to Dan) character along with abandoned staircases to nowhere and health care bills. Then we chat'n'prov with Steve Han and Henrik Blinx for a convo about moving, living in an influencers world, and dreaming about our neighbors. Performers:Steve Han (@SteyonceKnowles)Henrik Blix (@Henrikontheweb)Tim Lyons (@TimLyons)Dan White (@atdanwhite)Support the pod! Join our Patreon for an extended version of this episode, weekly bonus episodes, and additional premium content. www.Patreon.com/improvisdead
FULL INTERVIEW: Seo-In Kim and Steve Han on life as Asian-Americans
The Asian Game
In light of recent events in the USA, we spoke to two Korean-Americans – Seo-In Kim and Steve Han – about their life as Asian-Americans and the challenges and self-exploration that came from growing up in the US.
#1 College Tips - Former UChicago Admission Officer, Steve Han, on Putting Passion into Applications
Top of the Class
We hear all the time that Admission Officers want to see "passion" but how do you get passion on paper for your application?Crimson Education Strategist and former UChicago Admission Officer, Steve Han, gives his advice and some of top tips to stand out from the crowd.This is the first episode of the new College Tips series featuring experts from Crimson Education. We'll be back with more amazing student interviews next episode!See more from Steve on Crimson's TikTok channelTry out Crimson's US College Admissions Calculator or the UK University Admissions Calculator to predict your best fit future.Are you aiming for top universities in the US, UK or Europe and would love the guidance of experts like Steve? Request a free consultation with an Academic Advisor to hear how to get into unis like Stanford, Harvard and Oxford! Do you have a story you'd like to share with the world? We invite students to fill in this form to be considered for the show. You can also contact the hosts on Twitter!
This week on the One Two Pod Steve Han fills in for Albert for a special Korean National Team episode. Michael talks with Steve about the recent friendlies between Paulo Bento's senior national team and Kim Hakbum's Olympic national team. They discuss some of the K League veterans who stood out for Team Bento, the rise of young Ulsan players Won Dujae and Lee Donggyeong, and what happens next month in Austria against Mexico and Qatar. On the Olympic side, Steve digs into just how cohesive this squad is and how difficult Kim Hakbum's roster construction for next year's Tokyo Olympics will be. To highlight this, Michael plays a little game with Steve, giving him players that are on the bubble and asks Steve whether they go to Tokyo or could be cut from the final roster. As always, check out our Stripes of the Week, with a certain NBA flavor this week to celebrate the Lakers NBA Finals victory, which Steve is ecstatic about. We hope you are all staying safe and healthy out there.
The Korean Gooners Show Episode 16 - Steve Han Edition
One Two Podcast
On this episode of the Korean Gooners Show, Michael and Albert are joined by Korean-American football journalist Steve Han from Goal Korea. Steve shares about the many different clubs he enjoys watching, up and coming Korean players to keep an eye on, and talks about the beginnings of the K League season. In addition, Steve shares about his career as a journalist and gives advice for those looking to get involved in sports journalism. Because Steve is an Angeleno through and through, Albert asks Steve about watching Kobe and his thoughts on Kobe's legacy. Finally, the Tavern Watchlist gets into the Korean hip hop scene. There might even be some transfer rumors at the end. We hope you enjoy this episode and are staying safe and healthy.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Steve Han is a comedian living in Chicago, IL. He can be seen performing all over town, including with the improv team, Stir Fry Night, as well as his iO Showcase on May 6th at the iO Theater. He also has a new music video, "Asian Men (Are Fine as Hell)" which can be seen below.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpfSIL-Lz_QThis episode brought to you by-https://soundcloud.com/pdlttfp
Tavern Podcast: Steve Han joins the crew -dissecting Korea’s wild World Cup and where Korean football goes from here
The Korean Football Podcast
Join Roy Ghim, Tim Lee and special guest, Korean American sports journalist Steve Han as we deconstruct Korea’s wild World Cup roller coaster ride, the miracle of knocking out the World Cup defending champs Germany 2:0 after disappointing results in Group F, the heroes of Kazan like Kim Young-Gwon, Cho Hyun-Woo, Son Heung-Min, and dissecting the pros and cons of Shin Tae-Yong. Steve Han illuminates a number of shocking discoveries behind the scenes about Korea’s World Cup campaign (in fact, try jaw dropping). Is Shin Tae-Yong going -or staying? We also look to the future, ex Barca academy player Lee Seung-Woo getting valuable World Cup experience, Valencia’s Lee Kang-In recruited by Spain in an attempt to naturalize him into becoming a Spanish citizen, and Son Heung-Min as the confirmed overage player selected for the upcoming Asian Games. Speaking of the Asian games, who could be the other 2 overage players as a new generation looks to vie for military exemption and unshackle their footballing careers to help bolster the future of Korean football? Finally we look briefly at where Korean football goes from here, including a sharp focus on some pretty damning observations about the ineffectiveness at the very top of the Korean FA. Join us for this wild ride back into Korea’s weird World Cup campaign – a cognitive dissonance into total ineptitude followed by absolute brilliance.