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BoA-YG-JYP Meet Again For "K-Pop Star 2"

By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 11:09 AM EDT

BoA-YG-JYP Meet Again For "K-Pop Star 2"
Yang Hyun Suk, Park Jin Young and BoA have met up again after about 2 months. (Photo : google)

Yang Hyun Suk, Park Jin Young and BoA have met up again after about 2 months.

On July 4, YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun Suk, JYP Entertainment CEO Park Jin YOung and SM Entertainment's star, BoA met at a studio.

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Although they all have their busy schedules, they met together to film the photo shoot for the program SBS "K-Pop Star 2" which will be airing this November.

The three judges met and worked together for the first season of "K-Pop Star" last Decemeber. They showed their understanding yet CEO minds as they judged the contestants.

Due to the popularity of these 3 judges, they were chosen again for season 2 judges. After season 1, the 3 judges were not able to meet one another. This is the first time seeing one another after the first season.

The news of their photoshoot for the show  "K-Pop Star 2" has already given fans high hopes that this season will be better than the last.

 

 

Tagged :  BoA, Yang Hyun Suk, Park Jin Young, K-Pop Star, YG Entertainment, JYP Entertainment, SM Entertainment

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