TVXQ, SHINee, BTOB, BEAST and Surprise Artist are Korean Big Five in Bangkok
By Staff Writer | July 23, 2012 03:12 PM EDT
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Five popular K-Pop idol groups are to attend a music festival in Thailand.
The Korean Big Five in Bangkok is to star 5 biggest K-Pop stars such as TVXQ, SHINee, BEAST, BTOB and one other surprise guest. Earlier it was announced to be B.A.P however later the concert organizer announced the group will not be joining the concert. The remaining artist has yet to be announced.
The concert will take place at Aktive Square, Meungthong Thani, Thailand on September 8 to feature an unforgettable 3 hour show shared the event organizer Production Addict Co., LTD.
The K-Pop wave in Thailand seems to be going on strong most recently in April of this year MBC held a joint concert of "2012 Thailand Hallyu Concert" at the Rachamankha Arena in Bangkok. The performance lineup featured an impressive lineup including TVXQ, SHINee, 2PM, BEAST, T-ARA, MBLAQ, FTISLAND, INFINITE and more. Not only that many exclusive concert performances stopping in Thailand to greet ardent K-Pop fans.
Those who will purchase 6,000฿ and 4,500฿ will have a chance to meet and greet the artists.
(70 lucky fans that purchased 6,000฿ and 30 lucky fans that purchased 4,500฿ will be chosen randomly)
More information for the Meet & Greet and Pre-sale can be found: here
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