111113 Kpop is heating up the land down under!

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    111113 Kpop is heating up the land down under!

    Post by AndreaLeong on 2011-11-13, 11:34

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    In conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Korea Republic-Australia’s diplomatic relation, The ’2011 K-POP Music Festival in Sydney’ was successfully held at AZN Stadium on November 12th. The concert kicked off at 7pm (local time).

    In front of more than 20,000 fans who came flocking to the venue, popular Kpop stars such as Girls’ Generation, TVXQ, Kara, SHINee, 2AM, CN Blue, Beast, 4minute, Sistar, Secret, Mblaq and miss A took the stage with their brilliant and amazing performances.

    There were also special performances by 4minute and miss A who performed Australia’s world-known popstar, Kylie Minogue’s ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’. CN Blue, Beast’s Yoseob and Mblaq’s G.O then thrilled the Australian Kpop fans with a special joint-performance.

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    2AM’s Jo Kwon and Changmin, 4minute’s GaYoon and Sistar’s Hyorin captivated the audience with their impressive vocals. The atmosphere was heated up further when Girls’ Generation and SHINee took the stage and rocked the stadium with their special dance performance.

    6 hours before the start of the concert, local fans were seen singing and dancing in front of the AZN Stadium. A fan of Girls’ Generation, Susan (17 years old) said, “I became a fan of Girls’ Generation since 2 years ago and to be able to watch them performing live here in Sydney is just like a dream. I think I can never forget what I experienced and saw today”.

    During the press conference which was held before the concert, Yuri said, “The fact that the 50th anniversary of Korea Republic-Australia’s diplomatic relation concert is to be held at the same venue which hosted the 2000 Sydney Olympic made this event even more meaningful. We wish that through this concert, there will be even more exchanges between Korea Republic and Australia”.

    Meanwhile, the very first concert in Down Under, ’2011 K-POP Music Fest in Sydney’ will be aired through MBC on December 3rd.

    Credit: tvdaily.co.kr

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