EXO-K, 4minute, Norazo to Join ‘MBC London Korean Cultural Festival 2012’ in London
By Staff Writer | June 21, 2012 10:00 PM EDT
Leading K-Pop artists are to join a first ever Kpop festival in London to take place on June 23 at London's indig02 arena.
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The event is sponsored by Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to highlight the elegance and dynamics of Korean culture.
MBC is holding a "MBC Korean Cultural Festival in London 2012" in celebration of the 2012 London Olympics. K-Pop artists that will grace the event include 4minute, Norazo and EXO-K as well as other Korean culture icons such as known Hanbok designer Park Sun Nvero is to join the stage as well.
The cultural performance is a contemporary Korean cultural festival that will combine Korean traditional culture and K-Pop. As K-Pop is spreading beyond Asia, America and over Europe the audience will enjoy an eclectic collaboration of colorful traditional Korean costume fashion show, along with modernized traditional music with contemporary K-Pop performance.
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