SM-YG Heats Up Summer with Super Junior & 2NE1's Simultaneous Comeback Next Month

By Staff Writer | June 19, 2012 07:33 PM EDT

SM and YG Heats Up Summer with Super Junior & 2NE1's Simultaneous Comeback Next Month
SM and YG Heats Up Summer with Super Junior & 2NE1's Simultaneous Comeback Next Month (Photo : KpopStarz)


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Two biggest rivaling agencies SM and YG are about to have a showdown this coming summer.

SM Entertainment and YG Entertainment both have been in tight competition, and are about to get down again as they present their big name idol groups around the same time. Super Junior and 2NE1 are said to be returning on stage mid-July.

A source tells, "The simultaneous comeback of these two star groups from SM and YG is sure to have a ripple effect in the industry!" He adds, "The result of the competition is surly the talk of the town as the confrontation should present an interesting outcome. All other agencies are already adjusting their schedules to avoid this period for their comebacks. This clash is the most anticipated event in the industry today."

The top two idol groups of Super Junior and 2NE1 facing each other will surely heat up the summer indeed.

Tagged :  Super Junior, 2NE1, SM Entertainment, YG Entertainment

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