Korean Times Track Festival Los Angeles Tickets Pass On Sale

Korean Times Track Festival Los Angeles Tickets Pass On Sale

Asian Music Festival featuring Verbal Jint, Bumkey with Kanto, Danny Chung (Decipher), Hwayoung, and Rekstizzy - NYC May 22(Photo : Annie S.) Thought to be every bitsome of themaximumexpected K-pop-related occasions to take placeyearly in the U.S., the 14th Korean Times Music Festival is determined to take at the Hollywood Bowl once again.

Usually held in the spring, the Korean music festival will take position on May 7, 2016.

As tickets are already on sale, the line-up for the one-night concert has yet to be revealed.

However, the Korean Times never fail with amping up the hype as their line-up at all timesis composed of a combination of Korean singers from other genres. From trot to rap and K-pop, the festival continuously made certain it was once an tournamentfor everybody to enjoy.

Tickets for Hollywood Bowl 2016 are now on sale on the event's reliable website.

Last year, TVXQ, GOT7, EXID, and A-Pink were a collection of the artists to accomplish at the Hollywood Bowl.

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Jay Park & AOMG Artists To Perform For Asian Music Festival In New York, Continue With Shows In Los Angeles & DC

Jay Park & AOMG Artists To Perform For Asian Music Festival In New York, Continue With Shows In Los Angeles & DC

(Photo : AOMG ) Jay ParkAOMG are embarking on their first U.S. tour. On October 2, Asian Music Festival organizers SIVA Group announced that Jay Park and AOMG artists Simon Dominic (Simon D.), Loco, Gray, and DJ Pumpkin would be performing at New York"s Stage 48 on November 15.

AOMG is the independent music label founded by Jay Park and Simon Dominic, whose mission is to produce unique RB performers, as well as hip-hop artists.

Jay Park recently released the hip-hop and RB album "Evolution," a seventeen track album which also features Simon Dominic, Loco, and Gray. In 2014, Jay Park appeared at the K-Pop Night Out during SXSW. Jay Park last toured toured the United States in 2012 as part of Verizon"s APAHM Tour. His other notable performances include his appearance at MTV World Stage. Jay Park has also served the official ambassador for the R-16 b-boy tournament from 2011-2013.

Simon Dominic is notably one of the most versatile rappers in Korean hip-hop. He is a former member of the duo Supreme Team, who co-founded AOMG with Jay Park following his departure from Amoeba Culture.

Loco was the winner of season one of "Show Me The Money" who released the hit single "Hold Me Tight" in March 2014.

Gray has received acclaim for his vocals and rap flow, since he debuted with AOMG in September 2013 with the album "Call Me Gray."

In addition to theirNew York City performanceon November 15, the AOMG U.S. Tour will make stops in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. On November 14, the AOMG U.S. Tour will perform at theBelasco in Los Angeles. This tour stop will be followed by Stage 48 in New York City on November 15 and Washington D.C."s Echostageon November 20.

Tickets for the New York City tour stop at Stage 48 are on sale through the Asian Music Festival Eventbrite.

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Dance teams get ready for the '2014 KPOP Cover Dance Festival' playoffs

Dance teams get ready for the '2014 KPOP Cover Dance Festival' playoffs

The annual "2014 KPOP Cover Dance Festival" is heating up as more than 20 teams get ready to take to the stage for the playoffs after passing the initial auditions! This part of the competition, as well as the celebrations for the festival"s 22nd anniversary, will take place at the 751 D-Park venue in Beijing, China on June 15.

SEE ALSO: "WIN"s Team B reported to be filming their own reality program + updates on their possible debut

There will be a lot of exciting performances as passionate K-Pop fans all over the world celebrate the Hallyu culture through dances ranging from sexy to cute. You can check out some performances and more information about the festival at the official website!

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2AM, Crayon Pop and Dal Shabet To Perform at Korea Times Music Festival in Los Angeles

2AM, Crayon Pop and Dal Shabet To Perform at Korea Times Music Festival in Los Angeles

2AM, Crayon Pop and Dal Shabet To Perform at Korea Times Music Festival in Los Angeles 2AM, Crayon Pop and Dal Shabet are the first three K-Pop artists revealed to perform at the Korea Times Music Festival in Los Angeles this year.

Set for May 3, the concert is now in its twelfth year at the Hollywood Bowl. The event usually features 10-14 Korean performers, aimed at entertaining all ages.

Fans can expect more performers to be announced soon.

In past years, the concert has brought over all many of the big names in K-Pop, such as Big Bang (2005), Girl‘s Generation (2008,2009), Rain (2004, 2005), TVXQ (2008), Hyori (2006), 2PM (2010), BEAST (2010, 2013), Secret (2011) and SISTAR (2011).

2AM, Crayon Pop and Dal Shabet To Perform at Korea Times Music Festival in Los Angeles2AM, Crayon Pop and Dal Shabet To Perform at Korea Times Music Festival in Los Angeles

For more information, you can check out their Facebook page. Tickets are currently available.

Lucky fans in California get to see two big K-Pop concerts in less than a month. It was recently revealed that KBS would hold a free concert on April 12 featuring 2PM, SHINee, SISTAR, CNBlue, Dynamic Duo, Girl’s Day, Kim Tae Woo, Sul Woondo, Song Sohee and more to be announced.

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K-Pop Fans From Around The Country Converge On Los Angeles For Two Days Of KCON 2013: G-Dragon And Missy Elliott Close Out Festival

K-Pop Fans From Around The Country Converge On Los Angeles For Two Days Of KCON 2013: G-Dragon And Missy Elliott Close Out Festival

KCON 2013, KCON, KCON 2012, Missy Elliott

K-Pop Fans From Around The Country Converge On Los Angeles For Two Days Of KCON 2013: G-Dragon And Missy Elliott Close Out Festival G-Dragon Performs At KCON 2013K-Pop Fans From Around The Country Converge On Los Angeles For Two Days Of KCON 2013: G-Dragon And Missy Elliott Close Out Festival Thousands of K-pop fans from around the country amassed in Southern California over the weekend, for the second annual KCON. Thousands of K-pop fans from around the country amassed in Southern California over the weekend, for the second annual KCON, a festival celebrating Korean food, pop culture and, of course, music, held at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena on Saturday and Sunday.

Last years KCON, which drew roughly 10,000 people, was so successful that event organizers, the cable channel K-pop MNet America, decided to lengthen it to two days.

Attending fans shelling out between $60 and $300 got the chance to attend seminars like "The Arts of RemixingSampling K-Pop," "Developing K-Pop Songwriting Skills" and "Get it Beauty: The K-Pop Face."

But for most K-poppers in attendance, it was all about a chance to see their favorite artists like G-Dragon, EXO or Crayon Pop do what they do best.

"Fans see something very positive, whether it's the music, the fashion or the dancing," president and CEO of Mnet America Ted Kim told the Los Angeles Times. "

"This is a really smart audience and they know what's being manufactured and force fed."

KCON 2013 also featured a taping of M! Countdown and an even more extensive list of top notch acts than last year.

But the highlight of the two-day festival was saved for the end, as Big Bang rapper G-Dragon took the stage with American hip-hop superstar Missy Elliott.

"Elliot hit the stage without fanfare for a quick medley of hits like 'Get Ur Freak On' before exiting to admit G-Dragon and generally allow the crowd to lose any shit it still had left after eight acts," Kelsey Whipple wrote Monday on the LA Weekly music blog West Coast Sound.

"The new collaboration between the K-pop heartthrob and the established American hip-hop star is catchy, busy and rife with both posturing and potential."

Other artists on the KCON 2013 bill included 2AM, Super Junior-M's Henry, Dynamic Duo and f(x).

And you can bet that were plenty of fans and stars sharing the "high touch" K-pop's softer version of the high five.

KCON attendee Christina Tran of Orange County explained the significance of the gesture to Los Angeles Times reporter Ryan Faughnder.

"If [the massive crowds of fans all] could hug them, they would get crushed," the 19-year-old fan said about K-pop stars during 2AM's set.

Tran described the act of sharing a high touch with artists as having an intimate quality.

"You're breathing the same air as them," she said. "It's definitely a fan thing. You can't do that with Chris Brown."

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Kpop Group f(x) Member Victoria Participates in New Balance Running Festival 2013

Kpop Group f(x) Member Victoria Participates in New Balance Running Festival 2013

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Kpop Group f(x) Member Victoria Participates in New Balance Running Festival 2013

On the 26th of May, Victoria, leader of the five member group f(x), was present during the New Balance Running Festival of 2013. The event was hosted in the Olympic Stadium where runners began to stretch as Victoria cheered them on.

The leader was sent many compliments online for her wonderful physique and cheerful disposition during the entire event. Victoria stated that her main goal for the race is to finish!

Victoria was the favorite of many photographers during the New Balance Running Festival. Victoria poses for many of the pictures with great enthusiasm. She even participated in having fun with the mascots and encouraging the runners to make sure that they finish the race no matter what!

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Little Psy Hwang Min Woo appears at the Los Angeles Korean Festival

Little Psy Hwang Min Woo appears at the Los Angeles Korean Festival

‘Little Psy’ Hwang Min Woo appears at the Los Angeles Korean Festival

The October 24th broadcast of MBC‘s ‘Good Day‘ revealed to viewers that “Gangnam Style” child star Hwang Min Woo had attended the 39th annual Los Angeles Korean Festival in Southern California city.

Hwang Min Woo shoot a promotional film with YouTube and performed “Gangnam Style” during his first day in Los Angeles.

The second day, the child star participated in the festival and took part in the car parade portion of the event with the Miss Korea’s of the Los Angeles area. Hwang Min Woo walked along the streets and even showed his dance moves to the tunes of Gangnam Style during the parade.

Take a look at a fan-cam of Hwang Min Woo at the event below!

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KBS Music Bank "KPOP FESTIVAL" - 31 August, 2012

KBS Music Bank "KPOP FESTIVAL" - 31 August, 2012

KBS Music Bank KPOP FESTIVAL - 31 August, 2012This weeks Music Bank was a special episode KPOP FESTIVAL filmed in Incheon. Today’s HOT STAGE featured powerful performances by BoA feat. Eunhyuk, Super Junior, BEAST, IU, KARA and INFINITE. This KPOP Festival also got our artists to gather at the end of the show and as a united front sing Run To You by DJ Doc. This got Yoseob from BEAST and the boys from B.A.P dancing.

Other performances today were by B.A.P, EXO-M, Teen Top, A Pink, AOA, ZE:A, TINY-G, SECRET, Chaos, VIXX, Simon D feat. Rythm Power and many more.  

Enjoy the performances below!

KARAPandora

Super JuniorSPY

BEASTBeautiful Night

IUGood Day

INFINITETHE CHASER

BoA feat. EunhyukOnly One

B.A.PNo Mercy

EXO-MMAMA

Teen TopBe Ma Girl

A PinkBUBIBU

AOAElvis

G.NA2HOT

ZE:APHOENIX

TINY-GTiny-G

SECRETLove Is Move

ChaosRacer

EruI Hate U

VIXXROCK UR BODY

Simon D feat. Rythm PowerDing Ding

EndingRun To You

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Performances from 2011's Korean Music Festival in Los Angeles

Performances from 2011's Korean Music Festival in Los Angeles

Performances from 2011's Korean Music Festival in Los Angeles

With this year's Korean Music Festival coming up next weekend, The Korea Times has been uploading performances and interviews of 2011's concert on YouTube.

Held on April 30, 2011, performing acts included 4Minute, Jay Park, SISTAR, G.NA, U-Kiss, Secret, Baek Ji Young, K.Will, Kim Jang Hoon, Lee Eun Ha, DJ Doc, Jun Young-Rok, Jung Soo-Ra and Sul Woon Do. Check out our full review of last year's concert.

Coming up next Saturday, April 27, is the 10th year anniversary of the event. Every year a selection of popular idols and older singers come to perform. The confirmed performers for this year includes G.O.D, MBLAQ, Brown Eyed Girls, Lena Park, Bobby KimThe Buga Kingz, Nam Jin, Im Tae Kyung, Kim Kyung-Ho, LovePeace,  Lee Yong and Arirang. Tickets can be found at their official site.

Going to the concert? Check out our awesome guide to learn more about what to expect at the event.  

4Minute - Mirror Mirror

4Minute - I My Me Mine

Jay Park - Abandoned

Jay Park - Count On Me

SISTAR - Push Push

SISTAR- How Dare You

G.NA - I'll Back Off So You Can Live Better

G.NA - BlackWhite

U-Kiss - 0330

U-Kiss - Bingel Bingeul

U-Kiss - Man Man Ha Ni

Secret - Madonna

Secret - Shy Boy

Secret - Magic

Baek Ji Young - That Woman

Baek Ji Young - My Ear's Candy feat. K.Will

Baek Ji Young - Don't Forget

K.Will - Miss, Miss and Miss

K.Will - My Heart Beats

Special - Hyorin, Jay Park, Ji Eun, Soo Hyun, Jung Soo Ra

DJ Doc - Run To You

DJ Doc - I'm A Guy Like This

Kim Jang Hoon -

Kim Jang Hoon -

Kim Jang Hoon -

Kim Jang Hoon -

Additional performances and interviews can be found here.

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