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Posted : 2013-07-14 15:55
Updated : 2013-07-14 15:55

2AM to perform at K-pop festival in Yokohama

Four-member Korean boy band 2AM will perform at the "K-Fest Summer! 2013 in Yokohama" in Japan on Aug. 10-11. The festival presents four performances, twice a day.

According to the official website (kfes.brokore.com), four groups are scheduled to hit the stage on the first day, including leading K-pop group 2AM, Korean idol group My Name and Glam, and recently debuted k-pop group History. On the second day, idol group C-Clown, History, and boy band A-Prince will perform.

2AM recently celebrated their five-year anniversary. After making their debut with their digital single "This Song" in 2008, 2AM continues to produce hits such as "Confession of a Friend," "Even if I Die I Can't Let You Go," and "You Wouldn't Answer My Calls.

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