[Ongoing Poll] Best K-Pop Song For the First Half of 2012: Wonder Girls No .1 Followed by Super Junior, JYJ and Big Bang
By Staff Writer | June 14, 2012 08:02 PM EDT
KpopStarz 'Select best K-Pop song and singer in the first half of 2012’ poll is carried out well with active participation from fans.
KpopStarz began the first poll on June 10 as we conclude the first half of 2012, the overall poll which is divided into 3 parts will last for 3 weeks.
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The 20 songs have been chosen based on K-pop artists that have released an album in 2012 not only in Korea but all over the world. The poll that is to decide the best by K-Pop fans are taking place with an overwhelming response.
Fans still have a chance to vote for the first of the poll with only few days left. The first part of the poll will conclude on June 16.
Afterwards the second part of the vote will begin on June 17 until June 23 to select the male/female groups that have expanded their influence the most globally in the first half of 2012 and last poll will take place on June 24 until June 30 to select the artist that best represents K-Pop.
Participate in the poll by visiting here.
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