"M! Countdown" Holding Thailand Concert, SuperJunior-SISTAR-Infinite Attends
By Staff Writer | August 06, 2012 06:05 AM EDT
"M! Countdown" will be holding a large-scale concert in Thailand this coming October.
In the Bangkok Stadium in Thailand on October 4, Mnet "M! Countdown" will be holding a concert titled "Smile Thailand."
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This will be the 2nd "M! Countdown" concert after the Japanese concert the past April, and the top stars from May to September will be partaking in this concert.
The Thailand entertainment said, "There have been many K-Pop star concerts held in Thailand, but this will be the first concert that gathers all top Korean idol groups in one place. It's a very exciting thing that we are able to listen and watch the music of the artists that have now become the leaders ofmKorea."
Mnet's Choi Seung Joon CP said, "The love that Thailand has for Korean singers and music is not very known yet, but the passionate love they had for K-Pop was shown through 2010 Maccao and 2011 Singapore's MAMA."
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