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Se7en nominated as the Best Overseas Performer in China

Singer Se7en received the Best Overseas Performer Awards in China.

According to Se7en’s agency, YG Entertainment, on April 14, “Se7en was nominated as the Best Overseas Performer at 2012 China Music Award and Asian Influential Awards that was held on April 13 at Macao in China.”

This award ceremony that invite 100 stars who represent Asia every year, has been celebrated since 1994. Previously, Korean artists such as Lee Byung Hun, Kim Tae Hee, and Jang Woo Hyuk appeared and created a stir.

In this year’s awards that has been held at Macao Venetian Hotel, many top Asian stars have appeared including: Jay Chou who appeared in the movie, Secret, F4’s Oh Gun Ho, Karen Mok, and Japanese singer Kuraki Mai.

Se7en who has been invited as the only Korean artist revealed his thoughts about receiving the award by saying, “Thank you so much for this wonderful award. I will try harder to meet Chinese fans more often. Please look forward to it.”

Immediately after the concert, Se7en had an interview with local Chinese media. Se7en’s enthusiastic performance and interview was broadcast live through China TV’s Channel V, and it will also be broadcast in 30 countries including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Philippines on 60 different channels.

On April 25, Se7en will release his new single album “Love Again” in Japan, and hold a showcase that tours around Tokyo, Fukuoka, Nagoya, and Osaka to celebrate his release of the album in May.