'Survival Audition K-Pop Star' New York & Los Angeles Audition Dates!
By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 07:20 PM EDT
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The SBS TV show, "Survival Audition K-Pop Star" is accepting applications for the Los Angeles and New York auditions that will take place in September.
Winners will get a once in a lifetime opportunity to work with Korea's top entertainment agencies SM, JYP and YG. Representatives from all three agencies encourage all types of people regardless of their level of experience or skill.
For US residents, simply fill out the application to qualify to join the live auditions in New York and in Los Angeles. Participants who pass the live auditions in New York or in Los Angeles will be presented with a plane ticket to Korea to continue in the battle for the next K-Pop star!
Non-US residents may also audition by submitting a YouTube link along with your application. No YouTube videos will be accepted without an application.
New York Auditions: Sept. 8, Saturday & Sept. 9, Sunday
Los Angeles Auditions: Stept. 15, Saturday & Sept. 16, Sunday
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