BEAST, 4minute, Jay Park and BTOB Will Mark a Memorable Night at Yeosu Expo
By Staff Writer | June 08, 2012 02:39 PM EDT
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K-Pop artists such as BEAST, 4minute, Jay Park, and BTOB will be performing at the special K-Pop concert staged on the Big-O floating stage at Yeosu Expo 2012 on June 9 to celebrate Yeosu Expo as well as promoting K-Pop to the rest of the world.
The concert co-hosted by Korean Tourism Organization and Visit Korea Committee and sponsored by Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea is to feature popular K-Pop singers and groups to heat up the night.
The lineup of the concert includes popular boy band BEAST that recently concluded concert tour around Europe, Jay Park who finished his first sold-out American tour, popular girl group 4minute and newly rising rookie group BTOB.
The Yeosu Expo is the second Expo to be held in Korea following Daejeon Expo in 1993 and is chosen as ‘one of the tourist destination that one should visit this year’ by various media such as CNN and Lonely Planet.
A representative of CJ E&M the show’s promoter shared, “We decided to have popular K-Pop artists to perform as we felt it will meet the expectations of the attendees at such a global event.”
The concert is free admission for ticket holders on a first-come-first-served basis. For more information visit Yeosu Expo’s official site at the Culture and Academcis section.
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