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‘K-pop Music Festival’ will be held in Sydney

Idol singers will perform their songs in Australia. This will be the second time a K-pop concert has been held in Australia,  after singers from MBC’s I am a Singer held a special concert.

On the 9th, MBC said, “The festival is to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Australia.”

The festival will be held on the 12th at the ANZ stadium.

Twelve top K-pop groups, including, TVXQ, SNSD, KARA, SHINee, 2AM, CNBLUE, B2ST, 4minute, SISTAR, Secret, MBLAQ, and miss A will attend the festival. SNSD’s Tiffany and Yuri will emcee the festival as well.

4minute and miss A will sing a duet of popular Australian singer Kylie Minogue’s “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”. CNBLUE, B2ST’s Yo Seop, and MBLAQ’s G.O created a new band to give a unique performance at the festival.

The festival will be held on the 12th and it will air in Korea on December 3.

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