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SM Entertainment Stars Shine Brightest At China's iQIYI Awards Ceremony

By Staff Writer | December 07, 2015 10:00 AM EST

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Some of Asia's biggest stars came out for the 2016 iQIYI All-Star Carnival in China, and Korea's SM Entertainment won big.

The 2016 iQIYI All-Star Carnival ceremony was held in Beijing on Dec. 5. Several Korean stars were in attendance and won awards.

SM Entertainment, Korea's largest entertainment agency, took home multiple awards.

K-pop idol groups Super Junior and Girls' Generation each won the Asia's Best Group award. Girls' Generation member YoonA and Super Junior's Leeteuk attended the ceremony on behalf of their respective groups to accept the awards.

SM Entertainment's EXO and f(x) also gathered up awards. EXO won the Asia's Popularity award. The three groups, as well as f(x), won half of the allotted Music of the Year awards.

f(x)'s Victoria Song personally received the Asia's Most Influential award due to her extreme popularity in China.

INFINITE, who are managed by SM C&C subsidiary label Woollim Entertainment, won the award for Best Asian Performance.

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Tagged :  Super Junior, SM Entertainment, Girls Generation, INFINITE, f(x)

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