Korea Times Music Festival 2012 Line Up Girls Generation
Korea Times Music Festival 2012
One of the largest and successful K-Pop concerts, Korea Times Music Festival that has been drawing thousands of fans annually to Hollywood Bowl in LA is returning for their 10th anniversary.
The 2012 concert has been announced to take place on April 28. The lineup of the artist will be announced in the following months before the concert date. Last years concert featured 4minute, G.NA, U-KISS, Jay Park, SISTAR, Secret, K.Will, and more.
Korea Times Announces Ticket Sale Date For Korean Music Festival 2012
In the past years, Korean Music Festival has brought some of the largest Korean artists to Los Angeles including BoA, Rain, Se7en, Epik High, Hyori, JYP, Big Bang, SS501, SG Wannabe, Kim Tae Woo, BEAST, 2PM, Wonder Girls, SNSD, DBSK, SHINee, Super Junior, and many more.
(Photo : Twitter ) MBC"s Music Coreis back for a special episode. The music program broadcasted the DMC festival on Sept. 12, which showcased great performances from some of your favorite K-pop stars.
The stars who made their comeback were Red Velvet with "Dumb Dumb," 2PM"s Junho turned up the "Fire," Shinhwa"s Junjin with "Wow Wow Wow," MONSTA X with "Rush," SEVENTEEN with "Mansae," M.I.B"s Kangnam with "Chocolate," and UP10TION are "So Dangerous."
Today’s episode of “Music Core” is a different DMC Festival Concert featuring special performances from more than a few artists. The line-up included Girls’ Generation, SHINee, Jun Jin, 2PM‘s Junho, SISTAR, HyunA, Block B-BASTARZ, Red Velvet, MAMAMOO, MONSTA X, SEVENTEEN, UP10TION, SONAMOO, Kangnam, and April.
Groups like Girls’ Generation, SISTAR, and SHINee conducted their newest hits in addition some older favorites. Meanwhile, several rookie groups like SONAMOO and SEVENTEEN covered popular songs through senior groups. take a glance at the special performances below!
Girls’ Generation – “Lion Heart” + “Gee”
(Photo : Facebook ) MBC"s Music Coreis back and featured great performances from some of your favorite K-pop stars. For the Aug. 1 episode, Music Coreaired the pre-recorded Ulsan Summer festival special. The Ulsan Summer festival was on July 27.
Since the concert was pre-recorded, no winner was announced. The stars who made their comeback were BEAST with "YeY" and Yu Seung Woo with "You"re Beautiful."
So, from the beginning of Kim So-hees set to the beginning of A Pinks, there was some trouble in my seating area. A concertgoer sitting near me was quite excitable and screaming loudly throughout the first half. This angered some of their neighbors and resulted in repeated warnings from concert staff and quite the vocal dispute. Unfortunately, for me, the argument inhibited my view and attention. By the time the concert attendee was escorted out, A Pink had finished singing their first song of the night, Luv. A Pink was really great live (even among all the craziness in my seating area). Bomi was charismatic, and vocally every member held their own. NoNoNo was probably one of the strongest overall performances of the night. They really knew how to get the crowd on their feet and participating during that song.
After A Pink, Cool took the stage and showed a dynamic performance. In red jumpers, they were dancing around, and nearly everyone was either dancing or ecstatically bobbing along. The trio showed that theyve still got moves as they executed their choreography to a tee. As Heejun stated before they got on stage, the crowd would regret it if they stayed seated during Cools performance.
Last but not least, TVXQ took the stage. It was definitely not a surprise to me how excited the stadium got. These two are legends. I remembered seeing them live once before during a SM Town Concert in LA, but they impressed me even more during their set at KMF. They performed Keep Your Head Down, and, man, is that choreography impressive to see live with my own two eyes. There was a little bit of old and new mixed in as they brought back Mirotic and Rising Sun to the stage before closing out the night with Catch Me. The audience was living it during the duos medley of songs, and it was a spectacular way to end the night.
Tvxq Belt Their Heart Out At The "13Th Korea Times Music Festival"
The Korea Times Festival a.k.a KMF is known to attract large audiences with it’s star studded lineup of not only Korean Pop Idols, but Trot Musicians and Traditional Korean Performances.
A Pink Joins Exid, Bada And Im Tae Kyung As Headliners For Korea Times Music Festival In L.a.
(Photo : Kpopstarz) K-pop girl group A-Pink are the latest act to be added to the lineup of the upcoming event, The Korea Times Music Festival. The 13th Korea Times Festival will be held on May 2 at the Hollywood Bowl from 3 p.m. through 10:30 p.m.
Bada was introduced by K-pop fans as the lead singer of the revolutionary girl group, S.E.S. She pursued a solo career after the breakup of S.E.S and departed from SM Entertainment. Bada is currently a prominent soloist and Korean musical theater actress.
Cross-over tenor and Korean musical star Im Tae Kyung will bring his tremendous vocals to the event. He has appeared on numerous original soundtracks and has delivered acting performances on the musical stage.
Girls'generation Taeyeon And Soyu Team Up With Male Vocalists For Night Of Kbs Music Festival
Following on from the Lovelyz-GOT7-Winner-Red Velvet mega-collaboration at the recent “SBS Gayo Daejun,” both Girls’ Generation and TaeTiSeo star Taeyeon and SISTAR member Soyu will take to the stage with as-yet-unnamed male stars for special collaborative performances at the “KBS Music Festival.” The event will be held on the evening of December 26.
A spokesperson for the event explained, “Taeyeon and Soyu both have very pure voices and incredible singing abilities. They each have a rare talent. The performances they put on with the other singers will showcase the real meaning of the festival.”
Soyu is no stranger to performing with male singers, and this year had a huge hit with the Junggigo collaboration “Some.” For her part, Taeyeon also has collaboration experience with male stars, and recorded the track “Breathe” for the SM the Ballad project alongside SHINee member Jonghyun earlier this year.
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