Jay Park and Justin Bieber to Stand on the Same Stage

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 12:08 PM EDT

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Jay Park will be standing on the same stage as world idol star, Justin Bieber.

Jay Park will be attending on July 14, the MTV 'World Stage Live in Malaysia 2012' as Korea's representative.

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This year is the 4th year for MTV "World Stage Live" and many world famous musicians will be attending. 

In 2010, the Wonder Girls, in 2011, BEAST and this year, Jay Park will have the honor of attending as Korea's representative.

Jay Park commented, "Thank you for letting me stand on this global stage. I'm nervous to know that many world famous stars will be attending as well. I am excited to prepare for this stage."

Other idol stars such as Justin Bieber, KARA, MIZZ NINA and others will also be attending.

This show will also have a 60 minute video, "Global World Stage Version", of this performance available this August to view.

Jay Park will begin his Asia Tour on August 18, "New Breed Asia Tour in Seoul" starting at the Seoul Olympic Hall.

Tagged :  Jay Park, Justin Bieber, MTV, MTV World Stage, Malaysia

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