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Posted : 2012-11-07 19:23
Updated : 2012-11-07 19:23

K-pop stars to throw after-exam party

"2012 K-pop concert," for high school seniors and their families, is to be held at the Grand Peace Palace of Kyung Hee University's Seoul campus on Nov.18. Such of K-pop artists as SHINee and B.A.P will perform at the concert. / Courtesy of Sports Hankook
By Rachel Lee

SHINee and B.A.P are among a number of artists who will take to the stage for a concert in Seoul on Nov. 18.

Hosted by Sports Hankook, a sister paper of the Hankook Ilbo, "2012 K-pop concert" is designed for high school seniors their and families to unwind after taking the college entrance exam today. Rainbow and Clover are among the other acts that will perform at the Grand Peace Palace of Kyung Hee University's Seoul campus from 6 p.m.
Five-member boy band SHINee will play for Korean fans again after a concert in Hong Kong last month. The band proved their ongoing popularity with the success of EP "Sherlock," released in March. The group made their debut in May 2008 when they were all teenagers with the EP "Replay."

B.A.P, a six-member hip-hop boy band, is garnering media attention as they are considered rising stars out of 30 new idol groups that debuted here this year. The band's hit songs include "No Mercy" and "Warrior."

Clover, a collaborative rap and hip hop group, will entertain the audience with recent hit ""La Vida Loca." The group consists of Eun Ji-won from ‘90s hip hop boy band Sechs Kies, singer Gilme and rapper Tyfoon.

Apply for free tickets online from the official website. For more information, call (02) 724-2777 or visit www.sportshankook.co.kr.



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