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U-Kiss is invited to a music festival in South America

U-Kiss will attend EVENTO 40, the biggest music festival in South America, on May 12. Including Shakira, the top 15 singers and singing groups in South America will attend the festival.

Because of the K-pop boom in South America, U-Kiss was invited to the festival as a representative Asian singing group along with other famous singers in South America, such as Shakira.

EVENTO 40, which has been held for eight years, attracts nearly 50,000 audiences every year. It’s well-known as the largest music festival in South America.

After the Colombian media heard the news that U-Kiss will perform at the festival, they started paying attention to what kind of performance U-Kiss will give at the festival. The festival is sponsored by CaracolTV Principales, which is the biggest private broadcast in Colombia, and it will air all over Colombia and in some major countries in Central and South America.

The South American fans are excited about the news, and some fans even announced that they will come to the airport early to get the best spot to see U-Kiss when they walk in.

U-Kiss say, “We’re the first Korean idol group to visit Colombia to perform. As we are invited as a representative Asian singing group, we feel great responsibility. We’ll try to give the best performance so that the K-pop boom can be spread all over South America.

Recently coming back with the lead track “Doradora” of their sixth mini-album, U-Kiss became one of the leading singing groups of the K-pop boom in Central and South America. After attending the festival, U-Kiss will continue promoting their new album in Korea.

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