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‘Music Bank in Hong Kong’ Featuring TVXQ, Wonder Girls, CNBLUE and More Releases Teaser

By Staff Writer | June 03, 2012 03:34 PM EDT

‘Music Bank in Hong Kong’ Featuring TVXQ, Wonder Girls, CNBLUE and More Release Teaser
‘Music Bank in Hong Kong’ Featuring TVXQ, Wonder Girls, CNBLUE and More Release Teaser (Photo : KBS)

The third Music Bank K-Pop artists’ concert in Hong Kong on June 23 has released its teaser.

The Hong Kong leg of the tour will feature 8 most popular K-pop groups such as TVXQ, Wonder Girls, BEAST, CNBLUE, f(x), MBALQ, INFINTE and IU will take place at AsiaWorld-Arena, the largest indoor venue in Hong Kong.

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The Music Bank World Tour first kicked off with a sold-out show back in July 2011 in Tokyo Japan at Tokyo Dome. The tour continued its successful second show in Paris, France with dynamic performances from diverse K-Pop artists at Bercy Stadium. Now Music Bank is now to bring its phenomenal concert experience in Hong Kong.

Tagged :  Music Bank in HK, TVXQ, Wonder Girls, BEAST, CNBLUE, f(x), MBLAQ, INFINITE, IU


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