ZE:A To Hold Fan Meeting Showcase in Malaysia in November
By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 09:52 AM EDT
ZE:A will be spending quality time with their fans in Malaysia for a showcase. The organizer for the event plans the event to be highly interactive with a lucky draw session scheduled wherein everyone who attends will get a chance to play and interact with ZE:A on stage.
ZE:A's nine members Junyoung, Jung Hee Cheol, Kim Ji Yeop, Kim Tae Heon, Hwang Kwang Hee, Ha Min Woo, Im Woong Jae, Park Hyung Sik, and Kim Dong Jun are currently enjoying a rise to international success. The streak started when they achieved high sales numbers in Taiwan in 2011 and through 2012. The group is also beginning to get noticed in Japan, recently topping the country's Channel V chart for their track "Daily Daily." The group just recently released their comeback in Korea, with "Phoenix" as the title track.
On November 10th, ZE:A takes the stage at the Kenanga Wholesale City in Malaysia, promising a lovable and spectacular performance. Tickets are priced at RM333 (Includes free poster), RM203, and RM103. The first 200 fans who purchase the VIP (RM333) ticket also gets a chance for an autograph signing with ZE:A on stage.
Stay updated about this event on KpopStarz, as well as by checking out Jazzy Group's Facebook page or tuning into the event's radio partners (OneFM and HotFM) and broadcast TV (8tv).
Source: Official Press Release by Jazzy Group
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