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IU's "Good Day" comes atop "M! CountDown"

2010/12/24 Source

Cover of IU's 3rd mini-album "Real" [Loen Entertainment]

Songstress IU was named the winner once again on Mnet's music cable channel show "M! CountDown" with her song "Good Day" on Thursday.

"I want to thank my family including my mom, dad, grandma and my older sister. I also want to thank all my fans", IU was quoted as saying during her acceptance speech. She also took the stage to sing for the first-time her Christmas carol "Merry Christmas in Advance".

IU has made a successful return to the local music with her third mini-album "Real". She has been promoting the title track "Good Day" which has swept various online and offline music charts since its release early this month.

Other singers on last night's show included GD&T.O.P (Choi Seung-hyun), the three duo unit performances from boy band BEAST, Seo In-young and Boehemian.

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Editor : Lucia Hong luciahong@
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