If your car was manufactured in 2014, it may be subject to a recall for the headlights. Ask your local Kia dealer.
If your AFLS headlights are not completing their full motion startup check (up / down & left / right) , you may have a bad motor or two. Specifically the vertical adjustment motor in your case.
On vehicle startup at night, with the headlights in AUTO, can you observe the headlight beam(s) raising up, then dropping down to a lower level? It helps to park in front of a white wall or garage door to see the beams. If the only driver's headlight beam fails the up / down initialization, then it's probably the vertical motor.
The factory manual says the bumper cover must be removed to access all of the headlight assembly mounting fasteners.
To adjust the vertical aim, you need a long Philips screw driver (I use a 16" long screwdriver) Insert as shown in the photo attached. Note the angle. It requires quite a few turns to adjust. I used a drywall square to re-aim when I replaced the HIDs with aftermarket LEDs
2015 Kia Prem. Black w/Brown & Beige Interior. Built Mar/2015