K-Pop Idol Groups to Hold Support Concert for 'Special Olympics'
By Staff Writer | October 11, 2012 10:46 AM EDT
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The concert, 'The K-SHOWW (The K-Pop Show with World Members)' will be held on October 13 at the AX Korea in Seoul. This concert is to support the '2013 Pyeongchang Winter Special Olympics' that will be held on January 29.
An official commented, "Many world famous idols will be performing at this concert so many international fans will be our target. It will also help to get the word out there about this special olympic."
This 'Special Olympic' allows all people with disabilities a chance to exercise and try certain sports through training.
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