Jang Keun Suk DJ's at UMF Korea with 30,000 People!
By Staff Writer | August 06, 2012 08:26 AM EDT
This past Saturday, Jang Keun Suk attended the 'UMF Korea Ultra Music Festival 2012' and heated up the main stage with over 30,000 people.
Like Us on Facebook
Jang Keun Suk and his music partner, Big Brother, created a project group called Team H and were invited to the festival as special guests to perform on the main stage. Team H specially created 6 songs for this event.
Jang Keun Suk performed his hidden DJing skills and danced the night away with the audience. Although he performed before world famous DJ, Tiesto, he proved his DJ skills with confidence.
This event was also aired on UMF TV's channel for the fans that were not able to make it to the festival. There were also many mentions on twitter about Jang Keun Suk's surprising DJ skills.
This was also the first 'UMF Ultra Music Festival' in Korea which made it more special. Jang Keun Suk was seen passing out the Korean flag to the audience in honor of their country.
After their performance, top artist Tiesto took the stage. Tiesto mentioned Team H once again, admitting their skills and talent.
Tiesto and Team H were also seen talking backstage about their music and took photographs together as well.
Jang Keun Suk's project group, Team H will also be performing on August 18 and 19 in Japan for the 'Summer Sonice 2012' festival.
© 2014 KpopStarz. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Latest Photo Gallery
Features 08.28.14 | 08:06AM EDT
The members left anonymous messages to fans on Twitter in honor of their unprecedented anniversary as the longest-running K-Pop group
Comeback / Teaser / Music Video 08.28.14 | 07:47AM EDT
Even after being out of the Korean spotlight for several years, Super Junior's comeback has familiar aspects.
Flash Finger is making strides as a solo artist and as a member of the production group, BeatBurger.
Editorial 08.27.14 | 07:59AM EDT
SM, JYP, and YG's third generation boy groups: EXO, GOT7, and WINNER and their respective debuts. How do they measure up?