Rainbow and A-JAX Selected as Judges for 'K-Pop Cover Dance Festival'
By Staff Writer | September 14, 2012 11:26 AM EDT
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The participants were selected through on and off line. The final competition will have 11 countries, 13 cover dance teams to participate on September 22. Rainbow and A-JAX will select the final winning team and will share culture by meeting global Hallyu fans.
Two groups were selected as judges since they represent the rising role of K-Pop industry and they both have different charms. They have an outstanding motif of helping the K-pop culture and development from this event as the judges.
"K-Pop Cover Dance Festival" held by Visit Korea Committee started the application on April and they received more than 1,800 video entries from about 70 countries. The final winning team will be on the stage of "2012 Hallyu Dream Concert" that will be on September 23 at Gyeongju Citizens' Stadium.
Rainbow will be on the stage as well and A-JAX is continuing their active activities, performing at "KMF 2012" stage.
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