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China Opens A miss A Exclusive Brand CGV Theater

By Staff Writer | August 01, 2012 04:16 AM EDT


On July 28, miss A had an interview session and special event at China Qinyang CGV official brand theater.

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The CGV International Theater that was opened this June is located at the most lively place in the City of Qinyang, the central of Eastern North area. The theater was more meaningful because it was the first time in China where they opened up an exclusive brand theater.

miss A brand theater has 180 seats and has a huge logo of thier group on the wall. During the waiting time, the audience can enjoy miss A related media and music. This theater willl run at least for a year from now on.

JYP Entertaiment stated that this brand theater represents the group's popularity in China, as a leader of K-Pop. They added on by asking to love the group and cheer for them.

On this date, miss A performed hit songs such as "Touch," "Goodbye Baby," and "Bad Girl Good Girl" to the fans who visited the brand theater. Also, they gave out autographed CDs through raffle.

Photo Credit: JYP Entertainment

Tagged :  miss A, China, CGV Cinemas

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