ZE:A's Junyoung will be the MC for Asia Song Festival!
By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 09:03 AM EDT
ZE:A's leader Jun Young on Saturday at the Yeosu Expo 2012, will be an MC at the 9th 'Asia Song Festival.'
Jun Young, who is part of ZE:A is gaining much popularity throughout Asia especially in Japan, Taiwan, and China and thus will co-host the show with Park Soo Jin.
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Jun Young, because of a leg injury could not participate in ZE:A's Spectacular album promotions before the group's comeback and this will be his first public appearance since their showcase on July 3rd.
The singer revealed, "Not being able to participate in the release of our new album because of injuring my leg made me really distressed. But now that I have been selected as an MC for a huge event, I am very excited. Although I am not in the best condition to be standing on stage, I am receiving treatment and will appear to my fans with a more better improved image."
In related news, The '9th Asia Song Festival' will act as the finale for the 'Yeosu Expo 2012′, and will feature ZE:A, Kim Hyun Joong, Tiger JK & Yoon Mirae, MBLAQ, SISTAR, TEEN TOP, Ailee, B1A4, and more.
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