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Topp Dogg & Red Velvet Score Rookie Awards At Korean Entertainment Arts Awards

By James B | January 20, 2015 04:07 PM EST

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Red Velvet's and Topp Dogg's respective entertainment agencies are proud because the two new pop groups were recently awarded Rookie of the Year Awards.

Red Velvet and Topp Dogg were present at the 21st Korean Entertainment Arts Awards where they took home the prizes. The ceremony was held at the Sungnam Arts Center in Seoul.

Boy band Topp Dogg were thankful for the win and expressed their excitement towards their fans by uploading a video on Instagram.

Red Velvet is SM Entertainment's newest female group. They made a huge impact on the music charts with their debut single "Happiness." The song is bright and full of joy. "Happiness" was released on August 4, 2014.

Topp Dogg is a 13-member group formed by producer Cho PD in 2013 under Stardom Entertainment. The group made their debut in October 22, 2013 with "Dogg's Out."

Congratulations to the two groups!

Tagged :  Red Velvet, Topp Dogg, SM Entertainment, Cho PD, Star Entertainment, 21st Korean Entertainment Arts Awards

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