Connie Talbot Returns To Korea And Donates To Sewol Ferry Incident
U.K singer Connie Talbot returned to Korea for the first time in 6 years.
On April 23, Talbot held her first successful concert in Korea.
During the press conference before the concert, she stated that she knew Korea was going through a hard time and that she hoped everyone would be able to heal through her music.
It was also revealed that proceeds from the concert would also br donated to the victims of the ferry incident.
Talbot first appeared on an auditon program and gained worldwide popularity.
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