U-KISS First K-Pop Group to Hold Fan Meeting in Cambodia
By Staff Writer | June 15, 2012 07:17 PM EDT
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Korean idol group U-KISS partnered with a NGO to hold a fan meeting at Cambodia's Phnom Penh.
U-KISS and NGO will be visiting a school outside of Phnom Penh to start a community service for children in that school on June 18.
The boy band is planning a surprise concert along with giving away gifts of baseball equipment’s to the school children. Afterwards they will engage in a large fan meeting, a first for the band in Cambodia.
According to NH Media Cambodia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has taken interest in their arrival and a state official will be attending the meeting.
The media in Cambodia, mainly local state owned broadcast stations, such as SCTV, has also taken notice and is heavily advertising the first Korean pop band to conduct a meeting like this.
U-KISS has also announced that they will be performing songs from their newest album, ‘Believe.’
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